The Tropical sun
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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: September 20, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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).
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:ii: ":, [ :.' Z: tlW ::WT;: : : tI;::: .::: ] VOL. xix, no. 67. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.: WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1905. PRICE 5 CENTS. WHOLE NO. 1111 .\: .1 1





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: .," taming to West Palm Beach People Whom You May or

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::" And Dade County's First Kindergarten Will Soon Wheels for rent, at Cutnmlngs. 9-r3-tf Attorney C. C', Cbillingwortb left Georgia Offers Inducements which May be Ac- lr

I' : S The Palms addition Is gradually crawl- Saturday night for Jacksonville on pro

f Open in West Palm Beach. ThirtyM lug skyward, the work of stone laying isslonal business. cepted. 'Think of Engaging in Silk -- '
nllw,having passed the second story, : Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Haver, who moved dgi t

... one Pupils Promised., The ladies of the City Improvement 'to Tampa several months ago, have returned Culture in Cracker State. y
Association need two loads of muck delivered to this city. s

in tbe park in order to carry cm Mr. and Mts. G. G. Strohm have be. .
'.,,'".. their work of improvement. Who will gun housekeeping at their pretty Datura -------

It (Is hoped br the trustees of,the ,ubodi..trut In addition to this the trustees have met 6e the donor ? street home, hrving, moved In Saturday.Mrs. A dispatch from Atlanta gives; out the number !BOW here and yet-to come are

:, to have the kindergarten department'of with much encouragement: from patronsof The usual,weekly ice cream and cake R, G. Sulzner and two children following information, to,which, however several expert silk culturists. They
I the school, thirty-one pupils having sale will be given in the park tomorrow arrived this morning from Miami, and ;
little credit is given here : think '
city schools Marled according to the writer, that they r
: been eorolled-or promised. The hall afternoon by the ladies of the City. Im- will spend several days with relatives small of ";1
, r..f\ Ju another week and to' this end : Georgia may get a colony might make a good thing of the silk industry
every over the old co-operative store, opposite
Association and la '
\ 1. ,. I II rovement the public here.Miss Japanese silk growers. There Is such a in Georgia if they could be given
effort la made. the school building. has been leased for .
being Invited to attend. Remember the hours
I :: I. I Beatrice Elliott has returned colony now located at Boca Ratone near opportunity.
t.,1, s Miss Ethel Banta, of Iowa, has beentippJnled the kindergarten and a piano and other -from 4 to 6 o'clock. from Miami, where she has for several West Palm Beech, Fla., some of whom 'Commissioner T. G. Hudson of the }
"I: will be installed at so r
",(, principal, and while, her'acceptance equipment arrive once The firemen's dance-'at their ball last weeks been the guest of Mrs. :R. G. are anxious to come to Georgia and engage ricultural department referred tbe letter
that tbe
as soon as everything
baa not yet been received, it is will be la readiness for the opening veiling proved quite an attractive e'Veat. Sulzner. in silk culture, according to Japa to Louis B. Magld: president of theSerl-, -

t almost certain that she will accept and 'of tbe institution. The attendance was large and the danc- Captain and Mrs. A. J. Canova and nese methods. Culture and Manufacturing Company, of
t lug very enjoyable. The members of children, who have been north for several Through Ichlnose, who appears to Tallulah Falls, Ga. This company Is
will be here in- a few days to enter upon FIRST IN THE COUNTY., the 'department have been making a months, are expected to reach be the leader of the little Florida colony, developing perhaps the largest silk farmin

her duties. Miss Banta is a well known The West Palm Beach Kindergarten: feature of these dances.twice a month. home Friday. from.Japau. application was made to the tbe South, having planted hundred
will be the first institution of the kind to
; kindergarten worker, being a graduate be ,established in connection with the The attention of the members of the Mrs. Alex McKeniie baa moved into state department of agriculture for Information o'! acres in mulberry trees for the purpose '

ot one of the leading institutes of they public school system in Dade county, Utopia Club is called, to the special meeting the Marvin cottage; on Clematis Avenue, regarding the Bilk: industry in I of feeding the silk worms. Si

.. country,and coming to West Palm Beach and speaks well for tbe Cottage City as which is fcTbe held In the club rooms west of the railroad, and will\ soon open Georgia I Mr. :Magid has replied' to the letter .'
.' tomorrow evening. Important business a boarding house. Mr.Icblnose says there were nineteen proposing to furnish the Japanese with I:
recommendations. It an educational. pacemaker. \
witb excellent
a In the original Florida< colony, but one their homes and all the land and'mul ,
matters will come for consideration, ,j
up Mr, and Mrs. W. H.SpiUer who have "
not yet known who will be the assistant Its establishment here must necessarilymean ,
or two have gone to Boston to study berry leaves they need for
and it is desired that there be a good one-third of ,
+ ?' to Mljs Santa, there being several appll1 much for the city,, as in additionto .been sojourning at their old home in Tbe members of the colony are not well their silk The Japanese remain ,1 II ,
canons, filed, but the .assistantwilt ben the help) it will ao,.the publoch! pitte4S14ttCga. Michigan for several weeks will return pleased with their present location, be, to be heard from this .
I on proposition. !
i r aled within the next few daya.As system, it will prove a great attractionfor Tomorrow evening the ladies of Ra. to Miami next week, cause their crops have not been altogether Should the Japanese come and undertake ,iA.y ;

was stated in Saturday's issue of winter visitors who spend a great mona Council No. 5. Daughters of Pocalontas Mr. R. W. Arnold, representing the successful, and besides, some of them\ silk culture in Georgia, they will

let I The Tropical Sun, the county school portion of the year here for the reason will give their semi-monthly .International. Correspondence, School iso are not practical farmers. Yet be states have quantity of their native I''t
board made a liberal appropriation toward that it will be as complete and as well 'shirt-waist" dance at Ziprs Hall, and tbe city today- soliciting- for that- nrm.- some twenty or thirty more are coming worms t and eggs; sent from Japan silk'I and 'I: \ ,

the establishment of the West Palm equipped as any kindergarten Jn the all are cordially invited to attemj. Ad- He expects to leave tonight.Dr. from Japan to join them. Among; the will use their home methods in the work.
1 Beach kindergarten giving) $55 a month country, and as already stated its faculty miasblon, 50 cents for gentlemen, ladies R. II, Macy, accompanied by Miss

to apply to the principal's salary and will consist of |.he best Instructors that free. Refreshments abundance. Kathryn Lamping and Mrs. Guy I.

greeiog; to furnish certain equipment. can be employed. The members of the Fire Department Metcalt, went to Fort Lauderdale Monday Will of Late From Fertile Florida.The Y

-- have decided to change the order of morning to visit friends.' orange,groves near Quay prom if e

excellent market for this fruit. It only I their semi-monthly dances so as not to Mr. F. Bradley left tbe middle of the Joseph Jefferson ..1ine'yleld. S

Avocado PearBecoming has to be known to be liked and appreciated -, conflict with the series being given by' week for West Palm Beach, where he ." II. S. Thomas of Eldred has about 90,.

"" We are firmly of the opinion the Daughters of Pocahontas, Under will work in tbe office of the .Southern The Baltimore correspondent of the 000 pineapple slips yet to set.
Popular that the avocado pear is the coming fruit the new arrangement, the next dance Express Company,-St. Augustine Re About 40,000 crates of pines were
will therefore be held in the fire ball New York Herald says:
will on'uesday sblppel this the
and eventually the demand be great- season by Stuart pineapple
evening of next week. cordMr. The will ol filed here :
;et A tropical fruit that is meeting with er than for any class of tropical or semi- J. C. Knox, who has for the past Joseph Jefferson, growers -I

an increased demand every year Is the I tropical fruit. Mr S. B. Bliss a wealthy The members of the Owls Whist Club year made his home\ in this city, left for.record, bequeaths: his best Kentucky I The bulk of the frdit near Courtney

FeM' avocado or alligator pear.grown in south- capitalist'ronTNew York}bas an abiding were delightfully entertained: Monday Sunday morning for his former home io eel to Grover Cleveland. The rest of will be bright, As yet it has shown no

q ern Florida. The fruit would be more faith in the avocado pear as a market evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carrolton Ga., where he'-wlll reside his fishing apparatus goes; to his five sons. S'gns of scale.

popular than it is did people'know bow.tpserve fruit and has recently planted twenty Geo. C. Matthams. Although it WPS the permanently. The will is certified as liavioj.been filed I|I Tbe Japanese colony at Wyman expects: ii'ti

it properly. A new and very acres of young trees, a mile north of the r tgular ;"hand at whist. the hostess Master Charlie Whipple has gone toJuitman with the probate court of Barnstable to have four acres cleared for pines ttis:

pleasing way is told by Mrs.,McKay, of city limits. larger portion of his planting served delicious refreshments, and Mine Ga., where after a brief visit I county, Mass., Buzzards Bay the local season. a

Hilo. Hawaii as foUows : is of the known varieties, or budded lost (Mr. :Mattbams) escorted the Owls with relatives and friends, he will enter esleenceof Mr. Jefferson, having: beenin The coming crop al Merritt's Island 'Is

? "We serve them la many different trees of named varieties Mr. Bliss'. through the drive to the cpunty road to'Hee Lhool. Charlie is s bright boy, and his that county. The will was made October estimated at 10.1'>00 boxes, go per. cent of

v ways We cut them in two and serve grove: is the largest of" its kind in the them safely hunched ,on (their way friends in \Vest Palm Beach wish for 27, 1889, a codicil thereto at The which will be brighls.

them with soup. Scoop out the meat state. Uonie. him every success in his t temporary Reef. Palm Beach Fla., Dec 14, 1904 Some orange: trees at Rockledge are +

and put It in the soup plate. Then we Nearly every fruit grower in the lower Among the distinguished 'visitors in Georgia home. Tile will bequeaths$100 in trust fur the white with bloom. If the bloom holds y

'' eat them with plain salt and pepper. If ,I portion ot the state is planting more or : West Palm Beach Monday was :Mr. O. S. Mr. J E. Lemon who for several benefit of Mrs Ellen Ejmons for life, there. will be a late crop of fruit next 1'

they are not particularly good we cut: I!, less trees, but the large portion of them I Lee a son-in-law of Hon. Tom \Vatsoo, years was connected with the tinning and also'$5,000 absolutely to Joseph Sef- year.M.

them Into dice and serve like an oyster are seedlings, as the cost of budded< treesis of Georgia. MrLee's mission here was department of the AI..E. Gruber eslabiabment ton, of Fitz Roy Australia ; $tojo each C. Watson, C. M. Nelson and A. C,

%r S cocktail; But the best way is .to put the very high. to compare the advantages of tbe Cottage but who has for tbe past several to his grandchildrenf to his nephew Frost of Dan I" are among the growers

t pear through a, vegetable press, then In all of our experience we have never City with those of other East Coast months been residing in Troy, Ala., Charles J Jackson |(,ooo each to Mrs. who are busily engaged setting out pice-

torn and scoop out ripe tomatoes and seen or tasted< a poor avocado pear, be it resorts, with a view of finding; a pleasant I turned to the city this morning; and Is'' Elizabeth Saunders,, of San Francisco, apples." .....
i stun them with this pear puree. Garnish from budded< or seedling stock-East place for Mr. Watson and family to baking hands with bis old friends. Cal., and Mrs. Jaue German, of Balti O.'iI. age of Georgiana has completed' dl

these with rings of bard-boiled egg, Coast Homeseeker. spend next winter and it Is learned that more. To his wife Sarah, all his urnl a packing: house in which he wilt pack
of Palm
I Postmaster Enoch Root,
his own and those of Edwin
t J and serve'with lettuce and mayonnaise. he favorably impressed.A oranges Nelson
was very ture. books pictures plate, horses, carriages
Low Railroad Rates 1 Beach, accompanied by Root returned of Miami.
Sometimes a little onion juice or Worcestershire
,' I letter to :Mr. A. Martin, of this city, yesterday from their former etc., aud also of all Florida will have 620 acres of pines
sauce is added,. but I think From Jacksonville, Florida, via'Atlantic '' bonds, stocks, his residence and lands at
from Miss Birdie Harris, of Sanford home In Massachusetts, where they more next year than this. The large increase
these spoil the delicate flavor of the pear. Coast Line. Washington, D. C Buzzards and one-half of bill landed
d j7 states that her father, Dr. J. J. Harris, have spent the greater portion of the Bay }Is between Fort Pierce and IIomc'i
We would rather think of eating sugaron and return, on sale daily to September in The residue of 'i
who was taken! to Sanford about two summer. They report a very pleasant property Louisiana. ale id. I;
eggs than on alligator pears. 30 limited to October 31, 1905. weeks ago In a very feeble condition, 1s- outing! but are glad; to get back to their the estale was left in equal shares to his A company: : with a capital of|trxx>to $
"' Among the great variety 'of tropical I |390, Washington D C., and return, steadily improving and hopes are entertained Palm Beach home. children. be called the Maull Manufacturing Co.,

fruits grown in Dade county there Is on ale October 8 and 9, limited October that he will soou fully recover his Messrs. Tom and Ed. Brooker and Edward G. Black: and Mrs. Jeffersonwere has been organized at Palatka for the
none,-flake< it on a whole, that equals the 1 can be extended to 25th on pay.
51 905 health. :Miss Ham dertres through Miss Susie Carlin came down from Ju- named as executors, and Mr.WellsJ oianufactuie of orange; box hoops and
avocado pear. A cup ol coffee, a slice of ment of 50 cents. The Tropical,Sun to express her heartfelt >iter in a launch and spent ':Saturday Hawkes wan one of the witnesses. crates. ;tl
bread and a medium-sized: pear make a $25 Hot Springs, Ark., and return,'
33 thanks to those who were so kind to
here with friends. On their return home The codicil also bequeaths $tooo to The Delray canning factory receivedan
I whole med: >The: avocado sale October and 1 limited November
pear on
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her father during his illness here.
his order from the Erie
Saturday afternoon they were accompanied faithful uttendant.Karl Kettler.f I.ooo Preserving Co.,
io the southern portion of Dade county, ,
Sp\ 30 1903. Extensive repairs and improvementsare by Miss Winnie Shults, who remained to the Actors' Home and $500 to George; Buffalo N. Y., for 6,000 cases of canned I
't oa the main Iliad, are far superior in |46.05, Chicago,. Xll.. and return, on
being made at the power house ot in Jupiter until Sunday evening, McQueen the Theatrical Woman's pineapples recently and the goods havebeen W
in Cuba and limited to No-
quality and flavor to those grown ale October 23 24,
the East Coast Electric Light, Power returning home by rail. League. Actor.' Fund and Wm.Winter, shipped.LarAegroweraarediscuringfarmcold.
or other tropical islands. Key West, vember 3. IgoS'. "Vio85 55
and Ice Among other changes F. Cameron and bride Sr. Mr. Ernest Glttings, of Baltimore, 'If
which is largely inhabited by Cubans | Atlanta. Ga., and return, on Company /: Rev. Dwight"
l new foundations are being built for tbe arrived tbe latter'part of the week from was) bequeathed one of the testator's picture storages: so as to l leave the fruit on trees
and people from the Bahama Islands, is sale October 9 and 19, limited to October '
*, to be selected. by Mrs.Jefferson. for longer maturity before shipping. I
markets for this fruit. dynamos and turbine engines. ActlagManag.r Tennessee., where they have been on
5 one of the best 23. .goS. -
: Heckert is personally looking their wedding trip. They are visiting Cooled quickly it would carry at well aa
Although!: the city is within a few hours Corresponding low rates from other Fever
sail of Cuba, where the avocado Is grown points In the state. after the work and is determined that Mrs. Catyeron's mother, Mrs. Bielby, Yellow Situation well as when picked greea. ,.!
of 'another winter season before West Palm Beach Orange groves; around Oviedo are look
tbe to
t' extensively (in fact it is its native home), See Atlantic Coast Line agents; .r : proceeding The latest advice. from Pensacola are
will find the plant\ and equipment in where Mr. Cameron has been assignedas big well, though the crop Is not as heavyas ...:
et'Dade mainland bring Pullman reservations and full
write for No
.) county peats decidedly encouraging. new cases
first-class Rector of the church there. it was last year. It has been up to :
shape Episcopal
;', y 1. much better price th those grown in information to Frank C. Boylston District : have been reported for the past four or the present time impossible to
Cuba or other islands. A few years since I Passenger Ajitf'atJack.onvllle. Fla. Messrs. Mark Holly and Will Straban, -DeLand Record. five day. and patients who are under this season on account of the rains save every'bay f j;
who left two weeks In Mr. Strahan1 Miss Florence of Palm Beach
we visited Key West during the avocado : ago Higgins treatment are rupidlv recovering. Tbe day.

r, ,pear season. A Cuban Honduras pear Attention Delray.My sailboat for a cruise up the coast.returaed spent yesterday Miami, the guest.of total number of cases to date is 43 and _
could be purchased at a cent apiece.whUe home Saturday evening and report a deUgbtfllioutinil" Mrs. James Arnold on nth street. Miss deaths to.Reports.
will be at Delra; Ten Tons
blacksmith of
my Lime
the pears from the main land of Florida They went up the coastas Higgins is one of the advanced pupils from New Orleans up to j es-
18 and Saturday
were selling at a ickle.apiece. Captain shop Monday, Sept. again. f.r..a. Oaytona. Mr. Harry Bottebuoklieepei' ; of.- the :Miami Conservatory of; Music, lerday noon show total number of cases At the East Coast Lumber and Supply

r h Bravo, who owns au extenajve pear orchard Sep!>-3c D.Campbell.Hartford C Caldwell: !l. athbe, Dade County Stat and makes the trip to this city to receive to be 2,618, and total number of death Company Is the place to get your Air

sear' Miami ships his entire crop Successor, .....orT. J. Bank,accompanied the party, left Instruction} of Mr. Franklin C. Bnsh, 343- ..J;. Slaked Lime; $10 per ton.
t to Hey West Throughout the Northern them at New'Smyrna. and went over to during: the summer as Mr; Bush's week jr -

states the avocado pear Is almost a strsu- tire No. 7;; 43 co.each at DeLaad..where he will visit hla parents ly trips to Palm Beach are discontinued Repaired painted porch furniture Horn e-raade bread.,' fresh every day,at, ,

M1(--' *er. New York City is becoming a most Cuurning*. 9-IJ-tl. until the first of October: through the heated term is as good as. new. J.B.McGlnley. It. Faber Brothers- ., : si6tf '

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THE TROPICAL; SUN. The salve boothii.g that heats and Cooling willu ut a SCAr i i"teWitt's TRESIRKINCO. pPRTE3NITY I

III ..\$.... Paper ol O.d. County Florida <, Witch HI\II"l Salve. No runt AN ,

.._....' .-.._--.--.-. .-- ,._.. -,---.. i, sly effects: such speedy relief It draw .-
,ml 1,6'UlUl8\ion. soothes, cools and overstocked,
+ Pablmbcd Kvery, Wednesday and Saturday heals all cuts t>urn. and hrult and skin HurimcB, "'' DeWlll's "Fruit i
stuato.elBscall"rluN cure lor piles
1a nctl coca OOUNVV
Y .r **-*! PALM
: Hllz .Salve 'Tal NOtice. ,
=--:cc:0. ._ .. .._.. 'IH the only genuine Witch danger-
Beware of (.ouolerfrits-Ihvy are a
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Tropical Sun Puullshlng Comp'y, 'For coughs croup whooping cungbito. Our 'buyer will soon returr with
., One Minute Coii h Cure in the chll : I i ad have decided to wake a big cut
CHAS. B. KENDALL. Manager. dren's favorite. This Is because it con best selected linesof
the largest-and them..
lama. no 'Opiate, ia perfectly harmless prices to move '.,
ttutctetl at the foMofficc ol \veM I H a..a Jicacb tHHles. Rood and cures. Sold by A G

1 ;:S II .econd- : .... matter.. Rlegel Clothing, Shoes and Hats. Therefore ChanceI

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Three Good Just '
order to make
in ample
JHE INLAND WATERWAYIt are three reasons why mother '

announced from Washington One Minute Cougb Cure: First, It lo put up plenty"' of fruit for tjext winter. ._
is prefer
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the first of '
from to "
U absolutely harmless; .second, it tastes we offer now // / I. ," v
?' that the board of urmy engineers Lures' --e. .,f '
children love ll; third, ,
iiturged with making u new survey coughs croup and hooping cough when October all our Summer Suits and: I Pint Jarf, per dozen' yo

for the proponed inland waterway other remedies fail. Sold by A. G. Riegel. Pants at 20 per cent off. 1 Quart Jlfll! '" 80! |

from Hampton Iloada by way of the dR 10":
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t Carolina sounds/ to Jacksonville\ ,, N&i'ICN: FOll rUBLH'ATION : This opportunity does not come r' u. Quart Jars, "--". 35

... Jelly,! Glasses
Florida! ] a part of the loog-considei ed ; .
Pt'tmrtmunl; tit the Iiiunlor, I around but once a
project For inland water cornmauicu- Laud Olllcu uc timuius. alt, r'I"bi' '|1't 11,11)05.) year. ; .

tion along thecoast from tbe Hudson UniiiOtl Notion- Mitllur. in hereby IIUH IIled piiei notluo thai of his the Intention following h! j Hatdiett-DaGamara i:: 3r6 .o.JtUKKHAHDT'S r

to the Kio Grande, will endeavor next make llnul fiixit. in "ttiiult| | of lil. alnhii, and THE SIRKIN CO. I IWhole5ate ;
Unit iikl piiM'f' wilt l bo iiiuclo liufuio W. 1 :Mct- Retailers\ of Hardware. .

mouth to sound the seutioients of I cult, V. M. Cominiwlonor; nt Went 1'nlm KvtichVia. Jefferwin Block .._ _

;, business men uud other interests! iu ., 011,Oct.Kln,80 lid, 11X15.SW.427\foi'I\/:tlm Ju.ljto,lot 1 B.and I 1-w li5i H, of ofNo -" -- I_._, {__ __...,.. .11",I. t ,.,J

the territory to tm affected by the undertaking I'lHunu'., of iivo.S3. H, 4 u., r 42 e. _____- }, ,. t..:
und to that cud will hold lie noises" the rul"wlllir" \),Itnossv and CIIIU"ILIl&mt*to prone bin Atlantic Coast LineTHE. I-o-o- :..N ;t rt.,

vniitiniiotm iUHlileiiMi& upon. .
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hearings uc until points Baltimore, odd Kihrnrcl: liind, &dW, via:",l ICt'N"J'hIllO.' l'laJt GREAT THROUGH .CAR LINE FROM. LORI DA { ( WM.I Palm Beafh.Brpt.18,100 ,; ..,. ;

Norfolk] Edenton Elizabeth City M W Hill, .. ? : .,,
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and John 1) EdwHldaHerbmt ,: WOMEN S :
Washington Nowbern VVilmiug- ALL ,
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YOIIUK Over its own rails to Savannah ,.
ton. The new route i ia designed pri- W. UOIUVSON Eastvia : '

Charleston, Richmond and Wash ARE ALIKE ..'.. i., ,.
cow'I \< FOU 1'UBl.ICATIO( :N. g t' ?
NOT thence via
the dan- ington, Pennsylvania Ry. FelH-NnptJin's 1
u.erce a means of escaping All Rail Here I Is one reason why no woman to whom .. .
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gers of a passage around HaUerus.tlll DrpiHtmoninf. tlic Intmlot1 1 -' merits ate explained,t will refuse to buy it : .." .
I.aTid; Olllcu al GumiMt'Illu, t In.; M'1))1t 18, 1IKK ( 'To Louisville '' '
The & Nashville vii Montgomery '
therefore, is of vital importancenot :Xollco In liuroby given 111 at Out following nmuwlwittlui The West ,, BeC'llu"p there t isn't a woman alive who wouldn't rather do f .

only tar the commercial world IIIIH tllttd< hotted orliiH cl.lm.nnd of lii. liitvntlun"that HiiM to, make proof The I Mobile & Ohio via Montgomery her wash, or have if! done iu, cool water\ and .without, rtlhblllg'thfin i
.proof dtippni ( ,
Is what be-
and i that can
immediately tributary to it, but to a will be m..lo l.i'foiu W I Mftciilf, US Coiuiolaxtonur in hot water with herd rubbing, > '

al west Talon Busch, FILL. on OU.30,1UI> Via Savannah and Newrhe pVlVt Nupthn Soup. < ).
Atlantic To Ocean Steamship Company, for don if yon Hue i
largtr element uloDIlle/ uptuni> >. Kin' ., In'JIMia York Philadelphia Boston. 'Q r' ,'"w:! '

seaboard us far north as New York I : for the lou,a: mid 8 ot wctUm 2J.: II' 40..e., rno. East t Via Norfolk Steamer to New York. :, Washington" and Hilti. Weat'lIltat 0 cents tRlmr. (> .,\ : i \

: : more. N."e were the first store to introduce this ...'
and Boston. While shortening; the I Ho nauu'it tho f< llou lug ItnortHOii jo provo hlicontliituiua I Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation. .. ;, :(
II ionUtutK.e liana" and cultivation or via steamship I AOflpiuoul'city.
for Baltimore and i.
travel for coastwise commerce and pant :" : I,
aid land viz: .1 JI, 1
safeguarding, it, such a route, which. J 1' later of :Mfpt nt>, ITla .
It /II/ W Illll .. via Peninsular & Occidentaland : .
itself of of i
will avail ; course, a number .
john I) ,1\\.11.: Teed.CST'lt \a
on Hay, drain and
.' ", N. B. Get our new prices ,
of existing waterways, maybe lluilieit Young Steamship Company ... ""
\V G UO1IISSON., !CodHk" >i.J '. our Coupon Books. 'ft$
will you to purchase '
expected to be. of great value as a C I
means of defence for -the country in JOTICE.J Interchangeable/ mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles oC au.mig toe principa 4.1.0-0-0- a0-QZKy-Ol. 4 .
railroads in the Soutbern :States sale the ,.
invasion. The trip are on by principal agents/ "

', case ot the of army attempted engineers should, therefore To Notioo nilUtom I MtuuJuHwlWniH'ly in, h'LW'gl\'cn It\.nuiv. tho concern lillh thut tiny: of the OCtO""I'undersigned. A. I', 1 1wlI Frauk Through.C.; B Pullman' 'yleston Sleeper., Commercial Port Tampa Agent to, New W. York D. Stark, via,Atlantic Traveling. Coast Passenger Line. ""f"'f""r"r"" ," '/;" ;" t"f"'f"r"f'Tr"'r"r"" '(" " "Prle' :

on tuih,. h\cull,nc. >' Nnpoloon JMdownrd '- Agent; 138 test B ly street Astor Building, Jacksonville, Fla. 11: M! Emerson '
be mnd the occasion for a decided Uinvinvi' of Klmuln utiiu )knees, III'Wllt.11' Traffic Mana er, W. J. Craig General) Passenger Agent: Wilmington N C. I

exprecbion of progrttwiveopinion: inoiniHcU\ this eba'k Ittth day lioitito of tlr Imllhel't nitnvxcdDuteil vI.KI.l';'\ith.it:'1) UHtfi.ti ) -- 5 Th e l1ieqel plarmaey "

.t t by commercial bodies and others. K; M i IIRKLFultI:; POLITICAL

Manufacturers Hecord. W 111'Ul-DI HOODcnvnriLtt : ANNOUNCEMENTSI I Everybody's! Column'!I : Clematis Ave. and Narcissus r.T. ;

I :::: -
Thu 1I\1l1"I'.IlIod) mnftoiiH.( M K Griiber KM FOR MAYOR. s +..; A foaming glass of soda would Z3: ;

One of the rural schools in Kansas \ Bu'lHfoidV llkim and 11 fur C Hood tllU pIllpOWO, hneb Of UMOClUtC I Ccuttuiitf -- West Palm Beach, Fla.. Aug 25,1905. MONEY TO LOAN. : :=:=. 5 taste good now, wouldn't iiVell Z3 : .' ,i- I Iif.
theillSOl\CB tOtCeitlCl X
: #, 4r
has girl us its teacher, but IlIcm'I".1 ",wtintliu ln\\Ktti tau" slate, I hereby announce myself as a candidate ---- ---. ----- -- I :::: .a ,';; j", come and Rei it Ills here waiting SS ." ; t'
a pretty is' the piopofad chit "- SQ all ths time. Is there r3:: ,:
of t Un ida. The fallowing : r y }41)r/ you any > .
of (lie ,intended cm pi mil'tin,: for Mayor in the coming municipal IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT =_= ;" ( Z3 .
lei dote ? It is here. And /
she much' troubled at first because Kli.iU tit "'r,., T ; kind yon on t
namevf the t poiutton" want to .
((1)) Tliu election. Having/ served before the you improve and need money t '
Lake \Voith Dfc-durlng and t <.oiiHliuctmn" otnpaiu' i ,; == there are quite a number of newvSavors == r
many of her pupils were late every and \11111\11111'\0\ < \ '\' of biii*.jiu..*.shod manner in which I will conduct the office to do I it with apply to Geo. G. Cm rte, = \ ; / and combinations that are fit ;a
1 Jluaqh, l udu eotinu, >'loridxx West Palm Beach. :: ; li;
morning.; At I lust she made the announcement w'ith at)po\\er Went lnIm to eptablinh ollltOH and. ngonoU'tt( 'tu"thei need not be affirmed by myself nor I == lor angels Yon know of course, tUS :
and \\iUtout Uu male 01tMini.tii. ; Sow we serve our soda ; in ROod, =S .:
plauvaMtluu familiar/ ::::
others who All
guessed at by are persons wlihhig: real estate lORD I
she would kiss thehret of flavor ::Zinft :
that generous (rl'8'es. Ptvuly
: ((2)) J ho gcmiial nature1 of tlie bur lnOB.. to htiaimaittul with my public) and private record in the should write or call upon the Realty I == .. aud soda Not more froth US: 1 i\
of made 01 "ali"imiunniDB == '11 any
schoolhouse llio dredging
pupil to arrive at the IH tlio I ,. ilIkingdlrao-I past. I would simply slate that, If elected / Mortgage Company, West Palm Beach, G e than we cart belp. Come today =:3t: "
FU. ::
Uinni..nttf : : \
\\r.i:; ::::: : : ; ni5tawtfLeave
the next mornieff.; At nnnrise \ \ Ulliitjf\ In ul lands ; ol hi all its; I will faithfully perform the duties l == Come every oftv. s.: :
tlu'Uoiing of wells und ":\1'11' iii'lug oJ 't'
of her C"Ij\, biuiithuv; the ImiltlniK:: binlnffmjlluiKi;; I: : luauiiiK of the office with an eye single only to orders The Headquarters for 2S
the three largest boys :ntuvrtrisr:;: nti\iuiuje' :: :: und liMpiumt of divdnen I your at TropicalSuck == "
the were sitting\ ; ou the doorstep of and ull niticlnnot\, pxd.'ur 111111"1..0"fioni, otltuijfopuiu ihiif. do I desire the supcnrf of my fellow citi aDd monogram stationery and visiting I

schoolhouse and by six o'clock every (Ui the I time\.bimuiUHHtirt. )be l'elollll"IJ"'I..t.| uUive| the)niuniimiud''''pntiH't that may";"tlie"I''lnIIn 1.11.\ iiiftHfjllliiK uf zens. Respectfully y, cards I 7JIII4II4I1II/IUIIlII1H 1, !, l11II1IIlU11I11I1U11IIIIJI6JII1II11II1IIIU1ll' 1 :,

boy in the school und four of the directors ', nHinK 1t. iMilil\uim. \\ .) Hoqui i mx.diHptwintc' of ,or nnj.i'ovng uf i tool Ex-Mayor of West Palm Beach. ------ ---- .J'j, '
were waiting for her to ar t'HtiUH--iLlii.'i a foi the. potation ot. for. \ o O o OI1tO oPo..o..o..oP,0..o..o..o..0..01ll01ll01ll01ll01llo.01ll0..: '.> : )
indi\llualH "ho mav, IIVLM! theuui "" \\1"1\1 --
rive. VICUH.' The pouiiiou> shah ha\u file FOR CITY CLERKI venieiiccs, either furnished/ or unfur- o ,
I. .
------- I power oi:of UIMxixtttg mlliiiKiiiui;; I,',' | of: :ttn\LfnKiniroi'olliti\\of U* tout: ui puiBonulOKiiitu pludjcititf : I candidatefor nished Ciematia Heights Apply C W. tftf tfr ; 'H'o
"John N for the NaeurilY, of anv taint owed by the hereby announce myself a f' G. G. Strohm CompanyM i
The DeLand News s.iyes! eurMn'Nnon" ) ; ..I.l o iliv boilowing of immej'. twisHiung ti\ fnainti re election to the i Rice of.CUy Clerk; Schmid, c'ty. aa: tf ., 1
I of tioiidrt and iMMMitiiitf his I puynn'i
C. Stockton: of Jacksonville, is mentioned in. uny' IIIHIUIUI allowed! hv law, tit naturalPBI subject to the action of the voters at the .It I 4"rI

as a possible candidate a for "8)win'Iho*. alnountof the.ntiitnl .",,'k shall ho polls ou October 3rd, 1905. Everything In the printing line al
tliutthoimund( dollaitt. ((9>M',oo i) divided t into J L. CRIER The Tropical Sun and all work executed FnMIL Y CROeERIES !
Mr. Stockton HhitiuH of the \uhitiof l
in 1008. Ltit'uu luitnlred (1M"( ) pat I
governor In the very neatest and latcsv
DUO hnndiutl.. dollaiH (flod') nch." Hie capital .
would put up a stiff race and make .,,,,'k <.r the coipoiatiuu suit ii ho paid in utwh.All FOR CITY MARSHAL.I style .of the art '
h thu IH Iubo .
1 Irtt4tiud cuipuiaiiuit
rttm'k hi < ) '.
things interesting for the other can fully'IhttMMpotation' .paid. and non-HtMUHrtiidlu.shall v.vint foi atuimoftent hereby announce my candidacy for g Fancy Food Products ., :: f i
re-election to the office of City Marshalfor Fine line of latest style visiting -
e' is \' ((2:>n Jwab '
didates. .Yes Mr. Stockton: a ( ) Thu utinint'Aa. of this ooipuintioii) rthall ho the coming fiscal >ear. I would"Tespectfully cards and latest In letters, at The rr o 'l
condui" tod! !by a 11i-sldonhMeOranry'rl'cuxo:';;; : ;: :: ur "" '1 r.
pretty good stiff" racer. He. was a und Uont'i' iu 5laniitc'i: ,and sne1Otlleroltieerx: \ refer the voters to my record : Tropical Sun. Call and see sample" o Grain and Provisions n : \
and iiifpiitt art tua)' fiinn tune tu time be maud r ;' ,
tine looking stiff at the conclusion of nt uppoiniiMl.' Any two of stud oilkoH mn\' he during the past two years and if electedI o o ?( (
held i uy one pOt' 'Sun. A iMiind of diivutoin. Ui tho shall continue discharge the duties r t'! t
'senatorial campaign. inunlH.1 of foil Hhnll ho dusted ut his annualinoelhitf : '
,the <>f the .to<'klntl
tit the principal' plitvc) of buxlunal on lite. Hint W. llBNDRICKSON. GEO. HASLEHURST & SON o o '...: ; ,
1'rusl.dratbecretney .,
Monday I of Iimtuuy melt' jenr. 'lht' ";
: ;
: .
That sale of state lands to J. M. : suit: limirMirm, ; ; and (JuiiutulMai i -- ,1
: Palm Beach Florida :
West g ( :
"Hgi' Hliult Di! elected al the annual nioeliiiKof FOR MARSHAL. r ,
Burrs (?) for thirty cents an acre was the tluxM-loi u> :he held I \ on the first: Monda\: o a .1-1_ 0 '
of: JaiuiHiy each I >ear immedialvly Hf- Being urged thereto by numerous Contractors and Builders ., 1
alnne nivntiuiiitd" Ktlo tlOSaol.CtlolaoYO7toboiaoilolloboiiotaoYroadwe ,
fine-illustration of bow some officials her tho atocknoldeiN ineotinir >107aoY0110710Saoi/o7aoiao \
a 'rtmnainuit. of the otllcur, .nod iluxtcUn's. w Ito citizens, I hereby announce myself .as a.
"f (he coi >otfitit>ii :
torandeeGl11obu.hei I t I
under the Jennings administration his until thoHU e\i\ .ettnl at the Hint election Khull be candidate the office of City !Marshalfor P. O. BOX 304 -
tinariiial '),tuiilUUid\ l tire M 1, OrnliuiirvNl4li| !I: M Itit'Ufind the ensuiegyear. Having filled the !
were looking after t the neeifUniy and tinjiHinoi'. and, W Jl"''''.11\11-'
einl niiinitfcei' und' M K; Uinler' K M, JiielHii' ;: : i d.l office three terms before, the manner in l l & Moore 1: i
interests of the dear people of [Florida. W Ilelin: and ir'C llootl, diiefUtrw., I,he nuuuberof + L
t'7 which I will conduct the same need .
Hluiivi MiiihKi'i "iln d ley etuh I Incarpnnntor' I U IIHftllmH j
I Wonder if they hare some more : M! h.urnler I f011.(4U. ( ) HlinroH h: M therefore be no enigma. As I am my- FOWLER BROS & KING t '
/ i
itivlnfofd. roitiu. ( ) Minuets W lleim kitty ((4o) Have Bought the
they would like to sell at the same .h"....., II C llmid, one ((1' ahait. sat Mary. II belt a tax-payer citizen and continuous
Hood I ilutty-niHe (im') ."""""iiideblodneiMi orlinbility resident of our city, before aud since its MACHINE SHOP 1
ainoiint of -
u -Tallahassee True Democrat. (m) The Intellect MODEL PHARMACY
e price to winds. thttcoipotation can ul unone very inception, this .houlland will.be'a
_ tune Hiihicit il"" 'lf Nhiill be llfii'un thonttiind) dol- a AS e'fielfie; ) REPAIRS A SPCCIALTY .. T
Ills. (i1&ntu). guarantee that I will fill the office satls.factrilyand +
l'uohOOLId., Herald: A restless \\UimnM. uheieof, M K Oinbei and, VV i Helm. ALL KINOaofLAIHE and SHAPEtt WORK' end! have consolidated) the two stock -
I trust, with bonor to .
who icmde, at Went 1'nlin" Itttai'h/ Unde runnlx.I1 my. t

exchange. looking for a successor I. 'lot'Ida.at HIM Pilot I K.M Hi-iicb UiuUfuid.nods. und' foiinty II C: 11.1., tloiida! whoittHidit self. I therefore sincerely desire anti GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR They will be J.leD".1 i "'! l to have all of the cnati-oiPrs! of the two firms call upon :bs ,;

Treasurer Knott. If the Flit VII hereunto MIL the""rn..III.I.I.. tbU liUliii : ask tLe support and votes of my fellow SALE then at their new stand In the"Jefferson ) HSt ,
for State of rupUinUr" A li' IaO!! ,, .t
"i \ ; citizen in effort to obtain the office
nKll isrnl my
al L Ulf'
people of Florida agree; with the Herald K: M ItahLMFU1tl> [{mul) Respectfully Yours Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front, Block West Palm Beach l
HM : [
# they will keep Mr. Knott in office III; 1I >OL) r..11'\[ \] PACI.C JONES I I WEST PALM BEACH. .. FLORIDA Y
!Slots of Florida, <;.oimt>' ,of Undo.Iteforemslwra.iunlly .
M EocutterE -- -- --
nppc'iii'od, .
for many years.A M llM'UfOUU W iltlllll ..".1 II C UlMNl. UIUll, Ofwhom -
nnd. Iwintc .woiniifknotrludfrvd I r
-- IH well known to me'
] wish to Inform every person within onehiiiiiliail -
man that 'Ihuy. mjiuud thor ntinu-a to miluituf West Vulni; Hvnrli, Iliac 1
would have been thorein
the charter. for ttio pmpaseu' ,
foi-uTniujj im lima totopaJryunr wmchescl"xk and

killed bad not the bullet been stoppedby e"r.t't. : ::],I...; wlivriNif, I hllre hoi-etinto W".t nvt felon mylaud JuMrelrjr-.to niiil fit your to ell a}e.you with Hunching."",,111"8 you oroyegliMgea stbay
and! "nl'lo.t( tuy oillcinl soul lit wont In linn. 1 am not "wlntur
my tv
a roll of' greenbacks: in his pocket. huts.Ik"1)h; Florida thin lath tar UEt1ULUII1tlE.'of Hmir.
Most of us ore uoarmol'cl!. My: txninsllxston( :; l'uhliORkibOofVIuwndaoiLMrgo.;::::I expiio, !: .January, 1 9th. \111151.Quo. ;). ,IHiiiHtble, uniiHiiut for with tiny me.IIIIHIIICMI Watches you antl/owli mug hnelo ')'

= ..* u. CuriieAtUiinvy. for Inc-oi poriitoi In nttttd. of t'O"rllllmay.| IIIMIII. by lufrlnlur-
--- eil l mail. or''''|'''''*''. I will exiaiiina. ....tIo-
O-h-i-o in Japanese .mell nit good port oust by rallies mail-it the price la not TAUK1NO: OVER
NoncE .itti.fuck>iy, you nun oKlertlio 1 goal. 1'8"
Iu this! country It meansI turned wlthll"C uhll.'!!". I have hail kweii- _
morning. ty years utsrtunce> 1 wow of thu be.lhotiMa f'irevcr will not (five! jou half an much satisfaction as a single action. Uauk
office.-Washington: Post. Notice U hereby given Hint sludl,on tile Sihitday In New 'k" um' n attmors-.1)t I manta arena! Increased by talking about tbem. It 14. the rcqarnt if :
want! an of January ,\ D. HMUl, apply to ale' Hon. A, veers. head VValchmakur" and Opdolaefuttirevinlesf ,
; A Crosby to; ,Jacksontile.| nail, deposits that inHkeu the tmlauce prow. Ho the wisest thing for you ,,,'
E. Ilelier.ConntyJndg.nfDadeCountyFlnrl- These .. t. :: be nuAleiont awinrano to do In to start your.uecouut oiog. Come to a. .
I For. Sale ln. for a flbal rtlaohmira.a* ailinluintratur of the thai I unr..I..t"n.1 mv L>.umt> ,,'putt .. .. -. ,.*.:"_ : <
'. of'Jolia llonry Rolls, ileenawiLDatuJ I guarantee latlnfaollon ID every aueCR.4. .
uxtuM he'iIJh le
< County .StElte"Ban1c ,.J:
PmeeppteStiExi-1qoooor; tliUlBth day of July, A.0.111115. _
Jxeie.bout.Tof Red 9prnish. tine first'ear, '4COJsec. Wrt6; J01IX H.,WUKITEB.AdmlnMtralur .-WALKER EXPERT WATCHflAKER AND:OpTiCIAN with aTitile mon4"rwhatever yon have) and talk It over -with. UaT'Tou; ,. : ''',\

of the Estate of John usury ICo\t! will derive more satisfaction from the t '.
simple act than a volume of' talk It\
and dome suckers. Jefferson Block West Palm I at .
cud year tteceesed.' Beach home would afford. ) ', ,
il6lf II. S. Pennock, Neptune_ Via.
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ontiy and rave to go, the others folItAviug .
bin xtuiiila.\ C : I" % ?
The i' I p d Wv YI 'Ir i8+% 1r ..
Wedding at 81. Aim's church, Rolden," Hopkins ,

vailed to tho coucdmiin as ha followed Man\ Who i ,
Once ,
St. Anil's hw two frlc-mln" Into ,
,, I the eunliw/ si -1 1wlmu i
.. f
I they were santed! Carroll On''wblH Not
By EDWARD .MAR.SDF.N COOKE head buck, laughing ht'nrtll.\', and\ '
i.rt <'iminicnctHl, n to
story vxpliiln the fun Made DiamondsBy
,'j'Au.' / Jf>0fi, bu Amcr..PreM.,; : of It, when Uopklnrt' Interrupted him In i $
Emaciation/ 1 a queer\ Hurt of way as If h* \v--,>ie talkIng $

i partly to himself :and partly to .. I Late Yet
some one otitHlde of the window.
S tifonard Cutcltllc :
IIopkliiH mounted Dyne I
"I forgot to say ho began In a low
-' the
steps the club he
: tone, "that between the slums and the. I
,t''t:.t old General Dodgo coming rarkhllls taw a ghost-that Is, a fli'Ht P
tp,4, down, ant there wan 901x10uttrnoUve r cousin to a ghost I thought It was As absorbing a story as", that : :

1jl1g: (very about the way tho'I dead and I wish It author .
was, onllt ought tobo celebrated \ and traveler ..
1, nian .
S-omlgeli tent bin :
1 assistance acrosi ,
and\ It Is not." f .
the Icy pavement to the veteran Other And Carroll said "Non- has penned,will be printed iiithis .
'' very sharply ,
men might have done the same thing! sense!" and Maltby leaned For Persian Lawns
( forward and
: in
but not lu Just the same way anti tho asked( hastily "'''bat do you mean?" paper shortly, conjunction :, I '
old man' felt It und smiled to ulraatlf : wl"tti : f-i
studied the. burning end of ,, "
as drove-away, muttering something hill cigarette with careful attention be- .. ',"w .. "And'I n'dia'Linoli> >
about "Hopkins' ., .
boy" being ail uncommonly fore replying and then sold slowly "T '

: fine fellow. l'beHe.ouug; men, have about decided not to go Into that," : Nine Other Storiesof :' : r '.

all occupied places in his mind as eonie and ho looked out of the window again ""I. i,

body's boys. as If ho were for
? searching
t 1 tJp In the halt above the man who else to talk about, dnd then something facing : similar quality by writers"";* :

t"" took Hopkins' hat and coat felt worm them, he added quickly "Still, '1 have : that shine in the literary firma-1 :

;JI ed by the kindliness of hIs manner. begun and l'want to tell you fellows .' '.
The servants always felt that way about it. Five year ago when I wentto : ment. : ': Thoi have been yards and :yards of. these most popular Dress

about him after they got accustomed( to New York!\: oa the street railway :
n' Copyrighted and ours to use Goods sold this and tho is not Thereis
xf 't the ttcruness,? of his face It; 'did not ', summer, summer gone yet.

matter that they had no business to : exclusively. : still time for White Dresses. In fact there is
note the difference In heir( treatment scarcely any

3 ) by those who commanded their A treat that doesn't : '
services. : come : '
time throughout winter when these-goods cannot be worn. And
The ,fact, was that they did and ?
': every day, :
tonight the stolid)
servant noticed '
YMc that Mr. Hopkins' face was even : ',*,, : for neatness, and. simplicity there is nothing better.IVreinn .. .
+. :"? : more--austere than usual, and lie felt, : KEIP.1'f: EYE OPEN : .
;ii., too, that the other thing:, the thing that )

':,,1.;,.. somehow other would raise ;arl;. Hopkins .. FOR THEM ..

' ', up above, the plane occupied by .
'ij '
;-, members' L/iwus 20c, 23p: and) to Ooo; p
\ I-ti.; tho other of the club, was ...... up
...... ............
',1'1.," "'.,',,(, moro marked\ than, ordinarily. ,. ,"r, ." India Llunu 101', 12 l2ia .1 J up to Sin ,@ 1

I ;I;;;, As lIopklus passed on Into; the room ,-
: ..?' : a mail stopped\ him and exchanged a
Criticism! For
f ; t'\ .': '. tew words wltb him about an engagement

li'" 4tpR,! .,':t" which, he /I.'ald/ circumstances. II Alfred Tennyson early made it a .
t> : ;; 0 rule to. l'elldaou] his newly writtenPoetry'toa :,
: yaft' \ forced him t6 break, and then vent
!\v "I; away thinking wbat a very dtsugree- t private; friends: m 'whoso

.li1,. ,. ablo fellow Hopklna was, and 'It was judgment and taste he could confide.It .

1''Msome minutes Inter before his scnne of has come .to light that .he once BRANHIHGBROSLADIES'

i:(' .'1""' t s" Justice added to the harsh verdict the called at Chevno row and read a .
I; saving.wor'd "sometimes." }
: IMHV poem to Mrs. Thomas Carlyle
.:" ;j' The fact was that Leonard Hopkins I and then asked "\Vhat do thinkof 5
,\ you OUCFICCERS: ;
. ...., "'',:,' ., was very much out of sorts, an he put it ?" With characteristic and almost '

" .. 'In'" ,,,.:. It to himself. It was characteristic of merciless outspokenness she $ -i
him in n moody fit to be especially
y.M replied "I think it is stuff !I"I
; perfect I
: courteous to old Geueral Dodge and
' ? Somewhat .. "" "' "" I
, ; ;!".; : particularly considerate of the serv- discouraged, Tennyson a

''':"' ;:\\1 ,ilk: '. -"t'liut and In hla: quiet way viciously short time afterward read it to her -. _ _
',,' ','yr! >...l. disagreeable'' to the first mon 'of his again. *'It sounds better this time,"

'C' '" ';.X' "'own age and degree whom he met. Hey was her criticism that day. On his PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. Florida l3SoasRaiiWa I If
wr, ".. --- -
:; ;, : .L \ :fpt| (hat the man waIf fair prey am) he reading the poem a. third time Mrs I LAW. .

<'.:\ '. rnudu tho most of it and seemed pncl- Carlylo was obliged to confess that

'.' ." '\ fled by It afterward and sorry the next she liked it much and I r\ tmiLblNOWOUTH f
?,. very Tennyson -
,. Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected
.04. dOT.. to Sept. 7 1935.
---- communicated with
. 'J/},:'" I "7 met htm hero OIL the street today/ ,
, i.'. Hopkins: walked back through the his publishers. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
rooms to one in the rear and 1 took a business that turned out so badly for SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-BQUNO-READ: UP.! D
West l aliu Beach. Fla.I .
seat at a table where Russell Carroll us all I met Agnes Fielding. That was

and fhlllp Maltby were chatting" and I long before Tom Ilorrougbs had seen Stove Wood. / ICO. G. UUUltlU No. 9,11"0..9"' STATIONS o. 't 8'0.' 08Lally

smoking, and they hailed him'pleasantly her. She was even prettier then than DaUy IJl U..1I7 1.111II

and looked at their watches and now, and she had more of the attractive p C. Cox Is prepared to furnish all Attorney uad CounseUor-u.t-Law 00 P 810 a LT .................J..k.onvlll"................. Ar 7 00 P 8 GO a
I enthusiasm kinds of stove wood length desired G 07 I'I\ 48 a" ........,..,.80.. Jack.on.m"........... Lv II 6.11' 8' a
wont ou with their talk The three bad and innocence and any : WEST FILM BEACH.,FLORIDA II 15 p 10 &6.. .............?6t. AUjCu.tmtJ ............... II 6o I' 740 a
met by agreement to go totho church I freshness of ;young girlhood about her. I $2 as per stian. P. O. Box 4SSClty. aj-at II as P 11 8.1 a" ........?.........U..UIlja.. .... ..?........ 53 p 19 a .
TJFT 7 10 U 50 ............... .......
I I fUll v most man would lllra the wAill.. II KAN NINO, 00 P a East Palalkp ........ 4 81\' I\I: a
togetherwhere they were to perform wise- 0'1' 1 iiP l8l-apr: ..................-...Pnlntke- .. ......... ... Lv 7i y j n W-o ca
.. the duties/ of ushers at the marriage of ly Miss Fielding I I of dy much Cuban Diarrhoea. and Coutisellor-ett-Latv 8 41 p 1l :I Lv .....................Palatka. .. ..........?..?..... Ar. _a 00 p a 60 a c h
I their old friend Tom Borrougba. A better than the one I first knew but I U S. solrHers who served Attorney "0 26 9\ 0""plAr I ....,........_.,Eia'u IIIU"o........"....?.. Lv t :7 10 p ... ...... -.
fellow with a, not!<'eably.'good don't. .The way she shook hands With In Cuba during -I I. (OUlco over Do ok.) C ? 30 p -O' "Lv .................:Sn_n Mateo,....,........... Ar .Y-.II..g! !! a t,
young ; the Spinish war know what this dis. WEST PALM BEACH FLAGE f slip 17 sTj; LT ................. N"oll" ......... .... Lv 8 &f P 6 ai
natured face and n bunch of violets on me made one like her, and what I came cone is, and that ordinary remedies have S OJ P Ii 'T I' .. .,............. ...Dunn"Ils ...... ..?......?... .. 8 H" 8 811 aC f"t'
his coat sauntered up and, leaning over to know of her In the next few months little more "effect tban no much water.Cuban I : 10 P If 68 ." ,........... ........Dutwnt.. a p '0
M.Attorney. ItOIJt11NS, \ 4t p 29 :: .Ormoud.:::::::::::::::: :: a n : : :
'" Hopkins' chair, made some light and only strengthened first impression. diarrhoea Is almost as severe and 0\ s as p 1 80 1.. ...,........,....,..Da7 t.0"_................ .. 8 00 P p 4 4T a tya
. some rather serious remarks about thewedding I Now-but that Is not 41 part of my story. dangerous; ass mild attack of cholera and Counselor-at-Laui. 0' P 1 01 P ...?......... Port Orange.........,..,..,. j a0 P 4 38 ft .,
and If Tour had turned up there then There t U one remedy, however, that can ; 'It) 9 21 P :! 15 I' Ar ................New 8m rn................... .. :2 !90 p 4 16 a r
and Joined\ with Carroll always be depl'llded'upon, as will be Will practice In State and Federal Courts, .C 9l 8 440 I.JAr ...,.....,,..,...Lake Helen.,................ Lv 1215j BWP
MultUy In saying/ nice things about fallen Ju. love wlth'her we would Been by the TITUSVILLE FLA. = 10 80.. a G5 ..... ....... .Orange City....,.....,...... .. 1.1 85 I' II Gt p 't
Mlss Fielding and metaphorically pat- not be going to bis wedding tonight; at. following certificate from : 1O 46 a (),"I" ......,.Orange!..City Junction,....... 3250p a 4st
back least not with her lu the leading Mm. Minnie Jacobs, of Houston, Texas: u IIIiIJ-\ -: pLy.... ..........111... 8myrll......?......... Lv ::1:10: P U6 n.
'rating Tom Borrougbs on the very role. "I hereby certify that Chamberlain's MEDICAL AND SURGICAL C"- 10 00 P 7 III P ". ...................O"k Hlll........... .... 1 64 P 8 Site
-tenderly for men, and Hopkins sat BlJontly You see, she was In love with another Colic, Cholera and Diarrboe, Remedy 10 89"' 8 110 p Ar ... .............. Tltu"vlII" ............?...... 1 16 P IS 00 a y I
*"') flicking the ashes from Lila clga'T man then, and It I reckon tho thing cured my husband of a severe attacK of fj C. 11OOU, At. 1>. C W == Ar ............,..,... Bnntor4 ?............,... Lv 10 liii'1000 a
1 right! err friend Tom would have been Cuban diariboea,which he home o .... .... 10. a Lv.................... tlnn10rll .................... Ar ....,....... \\1 00 a 0
and tilting a glass that brought;
rette carefully from Cuba. PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON 1 iiii"j8a; > P Lv......?....?.? Tit ".vllle ............. ... Lv '-nll-P tb ::
.' stood on tho table until the liquor ran turned away very promptly and would : We had several doctors but \ ill 11 Up' 041' ".. .......................00001\...... ... ......?..... .. 12 U I' 2 10" '
:".clown close to tho edf" and threatened probably have gone to Africa or some I theyjjtd him no good.: One bottle of Office over Potter'. >lcycle store WENT 11 U" 4 13 P ...?............. Rockledge .. 12 80 p :215 a
other outlandish! this remedy cured him, ai our neighborswill PALM BEACH. ltesldenuenearRoyaiPoinctanaHotel : l H II P 4 45 p II ...............?.E..u GRill"............,..... J1 58.. 114 a -i
-- '(*to tall ou the table and did not. place for solace. Men trulify I: 'PALM 1)EACH. 13-1 U 12 011 n 4 1140 p" .......... .......1\lelbourne.....,.,........,. .. \I' a 111' a ::1
:, who fell In love with thank God for so valuablea ..... ........... ,
with the good mjjtured the Agues Field- 1251 637p ? .b."II..n ................. J1 II' a 11 al a CvblO
\ Finally the man lug those medicine. For sale by all druggists 1 8\1\ a 8 20 l' .. ...?.............8t. Luole..............??" JO U a U 00 n '
,: face turned to go and paused to pf days did not forget it very and medicine dealers.Registration. Ik POTTED. j l. !>., 1 a6 a 8 46 I' .??._..........Fort Pierce.................. 1016( a'' 11 M P :
fi y'" :.' ; \ easily or very soon, and they were apt b. !C 2:I lU ft T OU .. ..............??_ Tlhbais _...... ..._.. .' 980 It Jl 82 p CA's. A''
\ >r, V nay Jn parting: 8-:111-1/8 W&ttT;: PALM BEACH. PI.A. 9 2a 7 p Eden 26
. ",.., ,,:;,.. "Well, for those who- like weddings to go off at a tangent. 2 1H : 7 n & :: :::::::::::::::::::: Jenann;::":::::::::::::::: :: : 21 : 11 It n p p N
; "Vou remember Harry Ooodloe at Notice DENTAL 7 aoI 7 11II p".. ....".?......,... 8tuRrt.......' ......... n 0 11 a 11 e I' IQ '
;.;, ;:' %this is the kind of a wedding they Princeton don't S 4t 8 oa n 7 no P ....?,.........1101 Bound.' .....??.... "' s U a 1088 I' !P
you? Of course you The registration books of the of ..... ........ ....... .
,. <,: 4 ought to like. There is something City tiS a 2T a 8 It p" ? Neat Jllplter. .... .. S 24 Ii II l III P tJ

''' ?Y',; *,about tt that wak.es'ont! feel comfortable do senior-that giant fellow from Flttsburg; West Palm Beach will be open August P.u. LACY ,' : g : : at 18 p p :: ::::::::::::.west......Boynton.Palm bench.?...":::::::::: :: ; :I : : U p p :3 ''.
a In our first year. Well be was +.t ..................... ...... .
all over. I really don't believe 34th 1905, and remain open until Sep. D HTI3J 4 4:1.I\ 2q P 1I..lr..y. :...?....?. 710. 0 t O p Q"D
the lucky man In this case. He was a e aT u 1021 p' ..............Fort Lauderdale.... ...... II 19 a 8 U
old to come temb ,r 23rd. the .. ..................... ....... ? .. p .
*there la even on aunt up fine sight In the way of a man to look < 1905. For convenience Office in Jefferson Block 'F' II 4s a 10 80 i' Danla ... .......... 8 10 R S 06 P .l

. :,y':' from the country aud wear queer at Ills father died about the time I of th" public rite; books will be found In WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA :3 : ;: : 11 07 42 & :: ;;::::::::::::::..Leman Hallaadnla.City.:,,:::;::::::::::: :: g : : q64 7 2J p p pe1115 ,

'\":' '' .> clotuea. nnd spoil the artlstfe e'eet"And went to New York and left Harry a the store of Mr. J. b. 'Malbis, Clematl! J.. I:. LIUUY i 6 86 a --p Ar ...,................. MI..mt.................... Lv. .' 6 2) a T :2,1 P '

: be laughed nnd went away, and big pile.. It I had' peen a girl I toutknow avenue and will be open from S a. m. Dtt.| Dully .. DRily

Hopkln turned slightly; in Ills chair. any mAn It would have beeneasier' till 3 p. tu. every day. I' Dentist F;,... I1OJIISTE.tD EXTENSION 1>:,.. PiRun.
and watched him gs, smiling In a perfunctory << Offlco First door west of Patio County State 811n.
for me to fall in love with thqn L. -
sort of way uutll Maltby attracted J. GRISR, Bank 8 n0 a ..?....... Lv............... Mt..ml. ....,.,:.._. Ar-,... -8 80
.', '. attention with an abrupt\ Goodloe. And he had with his good City .Clerk. I 10811 a.. .............At ................Homestead...........?.?. Lv ......?.... I' '
his S
looks and money, a lot of brains, too- ___ WEST PALM BKAC1U FI.OKDA ,
"Well, what Is the matter with you 1" good stuff all through and a fine prospect No.OaINo.'
and Hopkins replied with an attempted .1 No. 19 rall1y No. to No. 100"I ,
for making handsome name for U Mun. Sun. lJ..lly F;... MAYPORT IJRA.NCU Dally Run. I '
laugh: himself as an electrical expert: : Harry Only Only 8..... Only ;

',Ii '' "Oh nC/thlng-that drink is, not something much. 1 and :Miss Fielding were always together Stories L. A WILSON ;;;;; 10 10 a ;;tit; a 70 a LT ........Jacksonville....,... Ar 7 46 a 11 80 p ;; ==
w! need something\ to and everybody: said they were 10 :2051' 10155 8 OM I' 8214e Ar ....80. J..ck."ovtlle.... Lv 87122)p\ 822 pl.( ..... .. .
like brandy say." And be called a engaged. I don't know whether It had :2 'II P h60 a 8 40 I' 8 &11.. ........P"blo .". 7 Oa a 11 10 a 4 110 P .,........ .
MAXU1MCTU11ER OP 2 U p 1011.' a ft 43 P O 04 a ......A'IAMla 1I..cll..... 7 00 a U' a "II ''........... '
. /. waiter, while Carroll mumbled something gone that far: or not, but I saw enoughof ) 8 OU f 11 10.. 7 00 P B 20 a to ...........Marpor&; .......... .. 8 4S a 11 UO a 4 80 \1'1'...... ..... "
: 1 i't.' 'about being glad that be knew them to know that they were desperately For TJuddy's Sake '. ..
>:l'i; what be needed, and Maltby added a In it with each other. Shoes
,': J' vicious thrust about the man who took "One day Goo-Hoe went out to look Man Who Once Made Diamonds Boots and ) PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIA.II.

:. s.*' weddings seriously, and they all laughed over and report on a new electrical _. 4,

I ,.;, and emptied the glasses. plant at Plalnfield. He,, got'engrossed! Repairing( In All Kinds or ea'her Close 'Connection Made al Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company For

, : "1 am not going to have anythingbut In his Investigations and Into a placebo The Maiden! and the Beau
, miles about thIs thing tonight" had no business to be, 'aooong the Gallant Goods Neatly. Done HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

. .t', continued: Maltby. "I am in a measure machinery and wires. Something went ,

:\", responsible for its success and propose .jvroug, aud a smashup, occurred. An Saint Margaret Indian Tuned d Buckskin Theaa Time Table dhow the times lit which train may be expected to arrive at and depart
} ,; to nee It go off wltb the flags .flyIng electric current went astray and Hart from the aeveral Stations, but their arrival or do delays ad the time. elated in not guaranteed,
f ,
< <
and so on. The Professor and the Girl njr In Ibis Company to be held respuOHlblo for any: or any conaoquonueii arlaltiff ihurefrom
) and the band playing ry got It badly. Well, they took him to

,Ir ";+ It will bo time enough tomorrow for 'a hospital and saved his life but when

'}1'.M. ,.x- you to think about the difference be- he came out the sight was gone from The Crimsoning of the High and Hors&Mde& Slices For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

.{ : tween Borroughs the bachelor and Borrougba one of his eyes and his face was Seas

d ,' married." shockingly scarred, to say nothing of .. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." '

,';. i"l, :'"I' '. "Oil, it was not Tom I was thinking other injuries. He was a terrible sight, Mandy's Declaration ,FOR TENDER; FEET "'

" J;'(!: "It! was another. Well, whatever it the repugnance of the thing, the desireto Nothing EverythingThe Olive $t, North of New Jefferson Blo uCirY

F" : ; ..was. I'll think of something\ eUe. You turn away when I saw him.: Miss Wedding At St. Ann's ,
see, I bare been rubbed the wrong way Fielding saw him once and only once > : MEAT MARKET

: today. I went down with the governor after the accident She went to see By a 'W DW1. Wit
, ";rt ., .- to see his patients/ ,in'' the slums,' and if him as soon as the doctors. would allow S. H.. RICHMOND Agent T. A. FEASTER, Proprietor.
. ,<;> there was anything that was grewsom him to see anybody.: That was the end < ,
ofilY" :',:' or; pitiful or sorry that 'we overlooked of It. When be came out of the bosfiltal about ready to'appear in these.. Land, Company Florida .,.ul J'oiiltty, Game and E gs: _

; ,;;;;r-!?: It most have been out for the day.Thea she bad gone"to Europe. When columns.: .< Pemne- Grant Mail Orders Receive Cartful' Attention.Jefferson ;
went to the Parkhllla to dinner back (t the family
. ; I she came year ago .
The sort ,of reading for .JtKAK ESTATE.CUTLER .
')(;I 1' Just a plain dinner, as they are always ) thought It bout'not' to, .return to New ; Block WEST PALM BEACH

telling you: nil wine and not very York, and, as you know, they' came to spring? and. summer.., ..days., FLORIDA :

4"It' much, to Wt and, by way.jof conversation Ehlludejpb!! to.11!vo. I ,have only seen : r
a good deal of wandering. aroundamong Harry once since then. lIe went to the SORT: '

,, : the kkeleto, and tombstone.of far >Iwestand, to the dogs, He got .

". ..:,_ the past and protests against the present down So-! low after; he blew "In all his F1ISCINATtGCIIEER
: and proposed dodglngs of the money tbut i'' understand be:dealt faro DYSPEPSIA (CUREEATl

4- .:" ..future* and-sO'-ou. T know tbat.t1 at a, gambling bausa. when he,wasn't "''' 'G'oJ' ,. '

'54 steel nwttitf: Wp*>T'for rtrDllti: today Uv '.;I.It l ruined tot0J--th .. oW\\.jpyr j- .. o EATl
"- their 1nlafortmlefJ;/lInd sometime 1 \ tM"dnanclfttff; )":
.iqtsin: (ll\y. 4ylneota .0-
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bWytaaadlaim..Ih.tA.iMt.w1 ,
g '" ( l Mil "JO atnla
: driiiSar191it7f"nwent A "
nil'ettr J'don't knoW4'tbat I "
'la< liot"hiftul. ly'aIat morn 7 ........D eNLV .y tNI'. IA4o4te.Y .," "
dgulnut tbe- grain today.." And can blame the girl, but think .of him- \ ,
Hopkins pushed Lila chair back Impa- thlntrof hid'hell on earth':I" .."'Ic".. .,.', i ', '1/'", 'vr
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\ ., F'J.u.110,1.., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 20 1905v //1 4i .

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ADDITIONAL'LOCALS.I Rowley Gets Well Known I Geo. S. Hacker & Son rw '

Lathe 1' School ContractMr. Indian Dies : p ,. \' Ja,t t1f
work brass and
oa steel atCumtntnjts. .,....., '\ ;,
\ o-13-tr.
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a .
Mrs. Scott and children of West Palm" E. W. J. Parrish, member of the A letter (from Tom Tiger to Frank

BcacU.: are her visiting Mrs. J. L Ed- County School Board from this district, Jumper tells of the death of Ochesha : t \ : ;' .ay ,j

1 ,' wards./ -St. Augustine. Record. who has been spending several days chee, one of the oldest Seminoles in the i tad i ;r

i >. No meeting of the City Council was "with his family here, returned to Miami Everglades. Ocbeshachee was better ,,f;

,,t.- held last evening, there not having:teen Monday morning to resume his con- known among the while people as Old t Cyw.r.a. ;' ;

''M" a quorum ot members in town. It is tract work. Doctor and was a typical Indian '1tj II t

t t, very probable that a special meetingwill While here Mr. Parrish took up the every way, and ranked high in the councils I

'':. be called one evening this week. matter of transporting pupils ,from Man. of the Semi notes. l

1 .5 I.fI''" Senator Hudson, who represented- gonia and Palm' Beach to the West Palm Old Doctor was well known by a large; .wvwfa ,_,. .
Beach school, and satisfactorily' adjusted"It. number of white people and his many +a r n ANOG
t. yard and Dade counties In the state senate
: I't It will be remembered that at the friends will regret to bear of his death.
\ Is up from Miami today on a bust-
; meeting of the school board last week a There are only a few of the old Seminoles
ness trip. He snjs the Magic City Is en- MANUFACxJRERsOP
protest was entered against the use of now living in the Everglades, .
i joying a building boom. He will leave .
4 f the bdat which contractor Rowley has which has been their principal place .of Doors Sash *
: this evening Jacksonville.! The Sf.ator : %
"" li has numerous friends In the Ancient had commission for this purpose, it living since the days of Asheeyohola,
'i being claimed that the! craft was unsafe. Onceola, the great chief and warrior. Blinds
; City who are delighted to greet tim MouldingsAND
; After conferring wit: the trustees, it Among those who can relate the history -

I' : again.-St. Augustine Record. was decided to re-Jet! the contract to Mr. I of the jrears from 1817 to 1858 there --- -.. O4t/4P/7/e -e'

: Eugene C. Dearborn, clerk of the Rowley for a term of two years, at a sale I are old Tallahaskee, of Cow Creek, old I $ T: '

j.lj' court and, residing at Cocoanut Grove ary of "75 per month during the school Nemathbe, of Big Cypress and old Billy Building Material, ,

';J t returned yesterday morning from the term, the contractor to immediately pro Ilarney, of Miami village. During the
North, where he and Mrs. Dearborn care a larger and safer boat. pant four years four of the oldest have CHARLESTON, S, C.Ifs' Tri-Weekly Sailings Between .. ..

!Ii if have spent the summer Mr. Dearborn I died of New Largest Factory South.
.ij John Jumper, River, Tommy I
;+: ; \ went north on account ,his health, fl-4 I Tiger, of Miami River, Hotalkeyo- Send for Prices. JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK

i'j f, returns much beneriUed,JKIrs.' Dearborn I The SemInoles' Friend I bola, of Big Cypress, and Ocheshachee, Calling at Charleston, 8.C., both way*. 1 F.. .- ..'
l accompanied her husband home. Miami
I of Miami River. I
In making mention of a recent visit to
f Record, Monday. I I 1 Old Doctor was about 6 feet 4 inches Louisville & '"1-"
Eustis of Bishop Gray of the Episcopal Nashville '
1,'f The first vessel of the BenDer SehoolI !:. jurisdiction of southern Florida, the tall, and would weigh about 170 to 180 THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND 80UTIIEKN LJNES, ,, I
I.11 p* er Line for :Miami will sail from New pounds, and in carriage was erect and Direct Service Betweet.
Kusti Lake the following .
I !,' \ York City on the first da; of October, gives straight as an arrow. R.aUroad JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, '
interesting information:
''I- reaching the Magic City 'Shout twelve His features above the AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
has been In of the were average, .
Bishop Gray charge Calling at Charleston both way
days later;provided winds and tides are and he
was very intelligent, and enjoj- SAILINGS.
south Florida diocese for thirteen year, SKMI.WBKKLX
( favorable. It Is understood that a large ed 'Southbound From Lewis' Wharf "
coming here from Nashvllle.Tennwherebe I a quiet conversation, and took'great a Boston
consignment of freight has already been : interest in Very Low Rate RoundTripSummer .
was pastor of a large and influential the probabilities of. the Northbound From foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville
promised the first trip, and that the Future welfare of the Semlaoles.

prospects for the success of the new enterprise Church. CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE '
Ills Florida territory is a large one,
P t are encouraging. taking in all south of Marion, Volusia Don't fail to read our ad. on fruit jars. Between Jacksonville and 3anford.
Friends of S. O. Fills have received Hatchett '
and Alachuaountles.: -DaCamara Hardware Co. Stopping at Palatki, Astor, St. Francis, Beresiord (DeLand) and
letters from that gentleman: which state His mission to the Seminole Indians Drop in and get Tropical Sun prices TOURIST TICKETS Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River

1 : that be will leave Chicago within a few Is one of interest. He has a resident on joo printing. Steamer "Citv; of Jacksonville"] T: :'
j days, where he bits been an inmate of
f missionary there who has number of If you need stationery go to- Idner's Isappolnted to all e.follow,,i-Leave Jacksonville,Sunday,Tuesdays and TIIIradays 8SO: p m

r the Presbyterian hospital since early stations, making regular visita. for it. He is selling at half. price. Returning leave Sanford,Mondays,Wednesday and Sundays at 0:00: a. m.
last May, and will go to Pittsburg for( a I
had interview
bishop a personal Pierce bicycles at Cumnlings,Clem all. Southbound Hcheclale. Northbound i
visit of
a day or two with the family of .
i'ftv' with President Roosevelt, lately, while On Bale dully to various point'of the North Read down. Read Dp ,
J G. Hunter, and after spending a day north, the Indians and has ave opposite bank. v 9 13 tf and Went, limited to October Slat to return Leaves jopm ..... ..,......... ...JACKSONVILLE:. ...\..... ..............Arrt.el..m '
,p ., in UeLaud and another in TlusTille, regarding;( Patronize home industries. Strahau's Including Chicago Milwaukee, ,. 845pm....... ...., ................ ..PALATKA....... ............ .... ...... Leave I oo pm .1,
will reach Mlaml-fl.l out the 28th of this found that Instead of ten thousand acres Steam Laundry is still running. Send Minneapolis, St. Paul, Denver 3 seam ...-....... .. .................. ASTOR ..... .......... ..,........ ..., .. 8 jo pm ,
of land reserved for them there is some Colorado Springs. Pueblo. -4 4 jo am ..... ................. :... .Pf. FRANCIS,.......... ........... ...... 1 oo pm ;-'
,, month. Mr. Fills states that he has entirely thing over twenty-five thousand acres. usjyour work. -, ..., .... ........:..... BRF.E3FORD; (DKLAND)..... ......... ... copra '
y} recovered from the trouble which There is continual encroachment on Still at the old 1 stand Send us your Portlaqd Arriv 8 JO am.. ?..... ....'..............'......BANPORtt .............!............ .,.... 9 jo am .
,j sent him totbe hospital.-Miami Record, their land by the white man, and the laundry, .Sitlsfaction guaranteed atStrahan's account Extremely Lewis low. and rate Clark to Centennial,Oregon KxpoHl-, .. 10 00 al.......................................ENTERPRISE.......,...... ................." 10 00 amen
lion; also to Sun Francluro and Lou Angeles
bishop is taking the part of the Indian, Steam Laundry, __ General Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville ,.1
tbartre-tuay have his rights at least. Fine cooking apples, fresh from moun- l
,t Stuart Plays Ball Only line through sleeper) from F. M. rR< N MONIlElt,Jr., A.-,Uen't Pu.Alt m West Bay BUJaofcsonvllle, Fla, .
He expects to meet them in a Urge tains of North Carolina, :joe a peck, at Florida, to Chicago. Wta,000PERJr. Freight""Rt., C. P. LOV ELL Supt., '
Here Tomorrow body about Christmas and tell them what Lake Worth Produce Company. A. O. HAHERTY. Genl Bust'n root of Paaa.Hogan ARt.Street, New, .Jaellllftn.ll1e.-l'1orld"Yoi k. CLVDK MILNE. Gen'l Pr't Art N. T

1 the president said regarding their lauds, Genuine Sweet Corn, fresh from the Only' .line operating; through: sleeper, from HKO: (A.General KtlKIt{Manager, WM. P. VL.XUK General*,OO.Agent, *
Flui Ida to St. Louis with Pining Car 8 rvlce.
)' The return gameot baseball betweenthe and that they are not to be disturbed. fields of North Carolina. Something fine <: Chosebroucb: Building 1') State Street New York

local and Stuart teams will, be play. Both the bishop and the missionary 'n : at 30 cents a dozen. Lake Worth Produce
ed on tbe East Side diamond tomorrow the field now have the confidence of the I Co-npany.: .Through Tourist Sleeper to CaliforniaFree

afternoon at 3 o'clock, and an exciting: Indians, and the work among them of .IQ. '
contest Is promised. telling them of a Christ, though slow, Is Reclining: Chair, Ca

It will be remembered that two weeks progressing, and the seed now sown will

't' ago the West Prim Beach team went to not return void, for God has said in His I J. B. McGINLEY these' Dining Car Service In the South. West Palm Beach

: Stuart and gave the ball tossers of the Word it would not if sown honestly and.
f illt ra!-Aak for tickets via J... and N.t* ,
.' pineapple city a goose egg, the score fully. t
having been 5 too, in favor ol the Cottage -

: .'. City boys. At that tame the Stuart I 1'nr rate andachednle to airy point Northor Town Lots.Choice .

',' boys promised t. give a return contest i ELECTION( NOTICE. Funeral on WeBt.or write and for I'ulimun reservation, cull n
.' and tomorrow Is tbe date set for "satis OEO. E.: HEBRINO.
'.. faction" Since that time Stuart has Fla. Pans. Agent L..anil I N. R. R., .
)f' succeeded in shutting out Fort Tierce, Notice Is hereby given that on Tues-' 206 West Bay St.,Jackmnvllla,Florida Residence Lots' w

and the team has evidently increased its day, the third day of October, A D",190,5' I

If rt capacity for ball playing. In fact the between the hours of eight o'clock a.m.. ; I '
and sundown election will be heldiu i "" .
team has tbe of ) of -
? reputation being cue -
.A from
) the strongest on the Cast Coast the old fire engine house in the city I meat careful Tb*farmer $200, up,

1. The locals will be under the manage.1" of West Palm Beach, Florida, al which 1 jardenert*very wbeee I..
tbe ofWerif for the said place confidence In FerllTaIF one-third 'cash, balance by semi-annual .
following ,
went of Ralph Tiffany, while SI*n ley *- .. ,
: Hitching will manage the visiting team will be elected: installments, on reasonable time accord-

.1" Dr.! W. Broadwell has been chosen as A Mayor. Embalmer RRY of lot.
ing price
umpire. Four Councilmen; all for two years. : I r

r ,: The visitors will reach here on) the A City Clerk. to act also as Treasurerand I SEEDS For plats and full information apply to '

early morning train and will be given Assessor.A 1
tile same cordial welcome that was accorded Marshal, to act also as Tax Col ctor. ; been are tneitandard not an experiment forge I yearsThey t WALLACE R. MOSES, .

the West Palm Beach boys on The following named citizens are appointed I Lady] assistant. Hold A.aaal by all free dealers for tbe 1o5..4.. <
the occasion of their visit to Stuart.: The as inspectors of election and 0. M. FERRY CQ.-
clerk : Uotb licensed the State to embalm Mich. 5 West Palm Beach Florida.
public invited to witness the coolest, by \ V Detroit ..... ,
and it is very likely that when the game Inspectors Frank Idner FrSuklin and bodies for shipment. ---

;: is called at 3 o'clock the grandstand will Sheen, II, B. Saunders, Jr. prepare ,
Clerk-E. A. Ehmann. -
be filled with spectators.
., Dated this yh day of August, A. D., G -- ------ 1

Legal Papers. 1905. CEo G. CURB Mayor.IE, tbtMul'gob Mangoes. ExcursionMountain

Among the legal papers filed for record ,
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Largest; Collection of Crotons ia the United States. Palms Pbyllan
in the county clerk's office at Miami
yesterday were the following: Notice of Application for Permit to.sell Liquors, thus, etc. All pot grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock -TO'-
i- I Wines. and. Jk'cr., grown on High Spruce Pine Lan<1. Address
C. W. Schmid to M E. Gruber, nit
e i X lot 8 and wtf lot 9, blk 23, W,g.,1 at .PUBLIC La lit her has J.OTNJE' filed In with h."bYlflven theltoarApICouutyCoinmlHHloner that: 'nrlJ. JOHN B. BEACH, West Palm Beach Fla0rnars.rMrrr..r..a.mt.rti and Seashore Resortsand

Film Beach; con 1325 So. I of Dade County! to the State f
W. Lamb to J. Carney wd yi interest or Florida his application for a permit to sell Washington, D. O. '
'liquors, wines I and beer In Elwtlon District .rmttt .mvvrt
in lot 6, sec 25, lot I, sec 35. lot 3, sec
No. 8, of mild County and Btate, for the fiscal l
s6, t 40, r 42; con |joo. year ending October lot, boo; that ouch application SUMMER HOTEL CHICAGO 31 .. Wednesday, August 16, 1905 ,
Bond & Bond to Jos Jefferson, deed will be acted on by tb> anld Board

MtYt lot 2, blk 33, West Palm Beach; c( n of County CoromlHHlonnra at their next regtilar -
mwflnir.wblt will be hull]
$t.200. On"the Third day of October.11IO5 i HOTEL*' DEU PR.fltO SOUTHERN iARAILWAY
C. Sbeban to Rose Sbeban. w d lot I, at 1O o'clock In the forenoon of aald

}' bile 24, West Palm Beach; con 'I. etc. day. and the nalil Board hereby mill ppoo I \ A Higb-CUiMs; Family and Trnnsieut Hotel. == ___ ,I -=-_ =--= _
any cltixen of such' Election District who may I
desire to do no. to show iaiiMt If any there I Located between Washington cud MadlHon Avenues. frontlnar, on the. Midway,
Was the Train Delayed ? Rates from Jacksonville
,lie at the aald neat regular meeting O' said t: Boulevard, adii'urai n the Chicago University to

Captain George B. Baker,of West Pu'm. Hoard why such permit shall not be ranted Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board ror Two People, As1le"IIIe. C S'J 00 Oce.n View, Va his
Beach who is engaged in contract work I the applicant. 5,. from. S-SO to $40 per Week. AbI e"m..Sc 11 00 Old Point Comfort, Va IS 50 So
By order of the Board of County Commle.donee. I C: Anderson, S C 11 40 Rutberrordton, N C '
in this city, decided late yesterday afte ; of Dade l County. Florida.This I Twelve nilnutee froneylowa town via Illloot) Central RoI w.,. Brenr.N C 13 30 Saluda, N C IJ 00

noon to enter the mayoralty race In tbe the 6th 'day of September, A.I),, 11 >."1.MEALJ = : Cross hill, S C J2" 00 Sew.aDee, TeDn U fO 1
coming election in West Palm Bel ch, I j [ E. C. DEARBOlt.t ,*. Flat Rock, N C U 20 Spartanburg S C U 149.5 10 '

and left for that place late in the af.erH3JD Clerk Board Cnanty Coin mubselunoru. I Greenville, S C U JO Virginia Beach Va 15 So j'Hendersonville '
going up on a freight train in order By W. M. Para Deputy Clerk, AAAAAAA AA A AAA AAA.A AAAAA AA .1 N C u 30 Tryon, N C U
Indian Springs, Ga 9 00 Walhalla, S C he could reach there in time to _. n
that -- -- .. S C 1100 Warm Springs Ga
k a inounce his candidacy, the time limit Lake TOJIs.ay, N C f4 30 Waterloo, S C (Harris Llthla 9 00
expiring( at 12 o'clock last night,-Miami (list a.a'Ulo Lenoir N C IJ 25 Sprlo&s; ) U 00 ;
Metropolis, Wednesday. 08 r LlncolDton, N C 1300 Wsynesvllle, N C "t4 23
: 8. Lookout Mountain. Tenn JJ80 Wblte Stone, S C (White Stone
Melon, N C 13 00 Lilhls
"O Springs) 12
go 10
. .. --- Wreck Lumber. 41... .. MooteagleTenn I5 ov Wa.hington.: DC _a2 go

We still have on hand several thoua 4I a == x The above rates are kr the Round Trip. Ticke-a will be sold '
Aug. 16
' ,., "- and feet of lumber from the wrecked .may.c w vi KC3, only, with' final limit to return any time up to and including Ago 19O5

rr schooner which we are offering for f 16 S,8 0". 8 ..CI: For detailed informaUoo, sleeping reservations, etc., apply at 3t Da_nger '
u c.41.
office, 108 West Bay street. Teleptirme
per thousand while it lasts Call'early. a = / Fg
Eaat Coast Lumber and Supply Co. = O.o" ;: a z ,"a J. C. LUSK, District Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.

: > I

x;' Par-old Roofing:. Ho1: ..J D. W.
Now white the storm season I ii, on is Ii FENT0NAnnual & ee.

The time to repair your' roofs, and see ;;; : .....-" --- 'i1': :.>' .....

that'there .Iiao lea- *v' Parold *o fiag let;( -.i.... O :' !" !:;Undertakers
tbe proper material? and we *avc 'It.Ko > o, VOu andEmbalmers
Co. ) -=0 ;. <1\\ 'o5i _
.t Coast.Lumber and Supply t J .. '
17' ,
d _. .
q ,
Pierce bicycles at Clllllml g8.(lematl.t C u z -

ave opposite ban .. I 3 ; J Gruber Block, Narcissus- Street WEST PALM BEACH FLAIt _


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