The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
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: October 4, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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 )
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: UF00075915:00078
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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IQocal Interest Gums and'_ 80

:LEAVES COUNCIL Lown'ey"" candles-, -, -M"jewski's.'wWheels h IN YESTERDAY'S BATTLE Miss Eva Yarborough. ofMiami, lathe FOR&JE AHEAD ;

for rent, at Cummings 9-JJ-tf gueat of friends in the city.
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I' Bra n1DR Brothers' sale starts at _. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Savage have re- PP '
noon J
?, Resigned Last Night Old Board tomorrow. turned from a pleasant trip to Miami. Enrollment Has Well Passed the t

f M' Transacts, 'Business and< ,Remember the ice cream sale in. the J. L. Grier, is Still Clerk, and Wilbur Hendrickson Mr. H. E.serve.Brings: was circuit called court to Miami Two Hundred Mark. New 'J.'t
Monday to as a juror.
park tomorrow afternoon. 3 > *; v.*

Adjourns.. Patronize home industries. Straban's Succeeds Himself Marshal. Four.New: Attorney W. I. Metcalf spent MondayIn Equipment, Bought.'The .

Steam Laundry Is still running. 'Sendus Miami, In attendance upon circuit
Aldermen to Count City's Money.
; The first regular meeting of the city: your work court, enrollment the public school Is-

5'' council for October and practically the Tbe Daughters of Pocahontas will" give t'''' C. W. Sch mid, ot Miami, spent yesterday I gradually climbing, and is now well past j
.,J ,\ 1 in the city, having come up to cast the two hundred mark The U ; s
i last meeting of tbe old board, was held their usual semimonthly dance on next i< I..i .tJ',.' faculty ,

last evening. Aldermen Parrisb, Wellington Friday evening in Red Men's hall. his vote. 1, encouraged, the pupils are happy, and
Decidedly tbe hottest battle of ballots FOR MARSHAL,
Potter McDonald and Sirkin being Mrs. B. E. Lawrence Is expected there ia every reason to believe that the
weather ladles '
If the is the
i that has been waged in West :
W Heudrlckson
present. Alderman Parrish presided. I W. 141. home from Plymouth, Mass., tomorrow term of school just begun will be the
of the City Improvement Palm Beach was the contest of yesterday Paul C. if
Jones, 74- ,
set I most prosperous that the Cottage Citybaa
The regular order of business was HIIr Y ? morning.Mr.
will nerve ice cieam and cake in the city which resulted la the election' "
aside, and the council: proceeded to can. park tomorrow aftern'oon.Messrs. followed FOR ALDERMEN Geo. W. Idner has returned from yet enjoyed. Professor Stephens, 1
W. I. Metcalf for mayor, by "
? vass tbe election return)., Mr, L. W. termed A. P. Anthony, 96., a -, a month's visit to Minnesota and other the principal, requests The Tropical v N
Tony Lopez and Frank K. .the success of what has been *
Burkhardt requested that th council T. J. Campbell, III. Western States. Sun to urge all'parents who have child- yydr
Waters members of tbe Miami Rifles the entire :Metcalf:! icket. ,
) tea of school to send them in and ryPl
f the age
make recount of the ballots as to C. W. Faber, no. ,
a ; Capt. Geo. ;E. Andrews and fam.1yhave '
their this morning and The polls opened early In the morning -
'' office' of mayor, which the board did.The' Joined company H. T. Grant, IOC). arrived frcmTibbals and re opened; have them enrolled at once, in order
old fire hall
in the
went at Orlando. on
a recount resulted in changing the encampment and notwithstanding tbe fact R. H. Harter, 83. :; their winter home on Eyernia street. that tbe children may get the full benefit f,1 lj
figures to tbe'ezteat of two votes giving The Woman's Home Missionary Society Geo. W. Idner, 72. of the entire term of school
that the qualified poll list showed only Capt. A; J. C"OOyaad family left
The Board of Trustees of the district !
', Metcalf row and Burkhardt '95. The returns of the Methodist church held an all. J. I. McDonald 83. w:
electors, when the "xame was called Monday evening on their houseboat for t
as furnished by the inspectors day quilting bee at the parsonage yester Max Sirkin, 62. have recently supplied the school with
sundown had civ- Miami where will permanently re-
at alt persons : they
showed Metcalf as having 103 and Burkhardt day which proved a very pleasant and ballots. electors The new officials elected yesterday are maps, charts, globes, dictionary, mater
posited .their Many coolers for each and other much
f 94. The council then declared profitable event. therefore Mayor. W. I. Metcalf; Clerk, side.Mrs
: list
whose names did not appear on the J. V. Peeler left Saturday for needed equipment supplies. This ,A
' Mr. W. I. Metcalf the mayor of West'Palm Thrlp Juice kills scales on citrus trers. Seventeen J. L. Grier; Marshal, W. W. Hendrick- l
produced poll tax receipts. Orlando visit relatives, after which Is the first time the school has ever been
a Beach, and he will enter upon his For sale by, J/B. McGinley ballots were thrown out, being either son; Aldermen,, A. P. Anthony, T. J. she will go to Palm Beach.-Kissiramee fhrnisbecl with some of tbe articles
duties as soon as he takes the oath of Campbell, C. W Faber and H T Grant.
The Board of Commissioners marked.
County mutilated or Improperly .
Valley Gazette. named nod the action of the trustees is $
office. The other candidates 'wele declared met in Miami but remained off and Those at present on the board, who are ? -
yesterday election
The passed
Charles Metcalf returned to West vefK much appreciated by not only the
elected follows: iu 1 session only a short time,having adjourned while each candidate, or his friends, hold-overs for another :year, and who Palm Beach yesterday, after a few days' faculty but the pupils as well.
Clerk J. L. Grier.Msrsbal .will with the above the board,
uutil when the of there
today inch ,
regular contested ground
every Robson.-St. An interesting feature of the institution
visit to Mf. P. Augustine
W. W. Hendrickson.y are Geo. B. Baker and T. J. Grier. The .
order of win be taken incident
business ,
up. was npt an unpleasant more this term is- the 'of the
Aldermen, A. P. Anthony, T, J. Campbell retiring members are B. M. Potter, Max Record, Monday. meeting
Walter. Haugh joined tbe Miami Rifle than some warm arguments as to the Literary Society of the High School
H. T. Grant and C. W. Faber. electors. Crowds Sirkid, J. I. McDonald and E. W.JParrisb W. H. Tullis a prominent vegetable
tF here this and Orlando qualification cet
morning( went to Department every Friday afternoon at
from tbe neighborhood,
BUSINESS TRANSACTED.After also Geo. Wellington, who last grower Boynton
the Second wilt rendez thronged around tbe polls throughout
Regiment 2 Entertaining and Instructive
load ; 4
with ot
night resigned. Tbe resignation of Mr. was in the city today a vega
reading and approving the minutes vous. Mr. Haugb: took his trombone the day, :and at 7 o'clock last evening etables of fine programs are enjoyed by those who attend -
Wellington will necessitate the appointment quality.
s the following business was transacted and will play with the regiment band. when.}he result was announced friends these Friday afternoon events.
; winners became enthusiastic by the new board of a member 811 Allen Parrlsh, son of Alderman E.W J.
of the quite
;i' : Hartford tires No. $ oo each, at County Superintendent Hall is expected
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his and it is also probable for
tbote who lost if despondentor successor, very Parrisn, left Monday Sutherland on
Branning Brothers were granted a permit while to reach here from Miami next
Cummings. 9-13-tf that Mr. Anthony will not serve, In where he enters the
outward the Gulf coast,
their office failed to show
addition to
t to build an grieved, any Friday morning and make an official
Mr. Arthur B. HinsdeH, a well-known which event bill successor will; have to State Methodist College for a term.
tbe old Jefferson block. signs.: visitation
to the school that day.
II. P. Branning who was 'employed by newspaper reporter from ..Chicago' whois The election officers were, inspectors, be named by the incoming board. Alderman E. W. J. Parrish is spend. !

-.... the council to collect all unpaid subscriptions making his way from that -city to'.Ha Franklin Sheen, Fri-nk Idner and H. B. Tbe retiring Mayor and Councilmencan lug: a few days with his family here, Notice i
Parents and Patrons.
Cuba, which he Is to reach October chamber with
vane by leave the city council
to the fire hall, submitted a Saunders, while E. A. Ehmann acted as having come .up Monday night to be
report> showing tbat he bad collected 7lh In order to win a wager of f 500, clerk. the feeling\ that they have discharged l present at the City election aud to con. Ou Monday, Oct. 9th- the Board of t'i 1

$St. Tbe report was accompanied by a struck this city yesterday and will sail The vote stood as follows : every duty that has been imposed upon elude his work as an alderman. School Trustees will open tbe kluderear-: I.,@

tbe from Miami tomorrow. If he succeeds them in a fair and impartial manner garten school, and all\ parents and pat f
check for Ear, he havlng'retained Iso FOR MAYOR. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II- Maltby are
him in pulling through quarantine be will ; In the history of this young city no better rons who expect to enter children for :
fee which the council agreed to pay the number who have returned
Metcalf -
make good. W. I. 102. or more honorable official have ever membership are urged to report at once

for his services. affidavit Fine cooking apples, fresh from mountains L. W. Burkhardt, 95. ,..: held office, and while the Incoming this week from a summer's outing. to'the secretary of the school trustees
Assessor Grier 'presented an They have been enjoying life m their y
H. S. Miller, 17.FOR. officials are gentlemen of unquestioned secure certificate of admission that "
showing that the tax-books had been of North Carolina, 400 a peck at former home in the north since early in BO (
pat In proper legal shape, and the statement Lake Worth Produce Company. CLERK; >? ability/they will receive the commendation the summer. provision can be made for the care of all. ,l t" ,

J. L Grler II!. of every: one if they prove as Have your little outs in at the start ,
was signed by members of the fi- A recent letter from S. 0 Fittt, deputy ? Mr Dwight A. Allen returned Monday '
Menton faithful their and let them l q
D. 87; as predecessors.Branning enjoy the full term. There .
clerk states that ne started bornea month's visit in .
county from a Jacksonville.Mr. are
Continued to Pag4.. many unable to pay the tuition fee 1..
few days since, from Chicago, but Allen is enthusiastic is speakingof
for their children, and there are orphans 0/1
reaching New 'York, his old complaintcame Bros the future of Florida's metropolis.and "
not provided for. Those Inclined
U. D. C. Planning charitably *
r Society Notes back on him and he was compelled I says tbat Jacksonville is destined to rankas are requested to confer with tLe :dal/

to return to Chicago for further treatment EntertainmentNow Sale TomorrowTomorrow one of the leading cities of the South Board of Trustees. '7
' East Side i aud tbat the date of his
From ; return tu at no distant day. Guy I. Metcalf, St-c'y. .:i
Miami would now be ladefi site. This Rev and Mrs. P.W.Weather wax have

I Heodrickson' leaves this news will be regretted by Mr. Pitts' that tbe summer: months have at noon Branning Brothers, returned from r. visit of several weeks to Another Real.

week Mrs.with U. her D. daughter, Mary, for "Orlando friends throughout: the 70ty.MlanllMetropolis. passed, the members of Fanny Haralson the ladles outfitters!, will inaugurate a their former home in St. Joseph, Mich., ::1
Portion Chapter, U. D. C huve resumed special clearance sale of odds and endsIn the
living at Congregational
where! Mary will\ enter The ,Pell- are again Estate Agency.'rtWest
their regular mouthly business and ladies' goods and will lay out some ,
services will
school for the coming year- Mrs. Pler.ce bicycles at Cummings, uiaose. Regular
Clarke and the business lit-\\ attractive values in shirt waists, '
' Hendrickson will then go to Jacksonville ave opposite banlf. 9 13 tf l erary meetings very hereafter be held every Sunday morning Palm Beach is to have still another I"
be held the clearauce
\ lags will hereafter on etc., etc. This will .be a genuine at the Congregationalchurch.
for a few weeks visit. The many friends Dade County of Monday of the monthwhile the literary '.ale, and prices will not cut much an.evenlag. real estate agency Mr. Dwight A. "t;.

Mr. Temple the Episcopal curate ofBetbesdabytbe I Mr. Harry L. Brown, formerly manageror meeting will ,take place on tbe third figure, as Manager Branninz says the Alien, who has recently returned from a ""

-aea= with" his young The Tropical Sun, will be pleased to Monday.The : goods must go. Mr. L. Moreton Murray, the well. month's tttay in Jacksonville, has decided :

daughters Is ready to come south, but learn that at a recent meeting of tbe first meeting\ of the season was Mr. Branning has recently returned known traveling Ulan, spent yesterday to engage in the land trading; business. :rJ

owing to some delay In the windows and board of/directors of the Record Com- held Monday afternoon at the home of from New York, wheae he purchased In the city and put in Home good election !and is today getting out his stationeryand

vicarage reaching here, St. Augustine, he was elected work for Mr. L. W. Burkbardt. Mr. fitting up an office for that purpose. :t
doors ok the new pany, ; Mrs. H. T, Grant, when considerable, a magnificient; display of ladies' goods, g
they are waiting at the north until the secretary and treasurer and general routine work was disposed of. Amongthe and it is very essential that quantitiesof Murray is among the best political work- Few men in this section of Elide county -
of tbat The Record ers along: the East Coast, and knows" bow are better posted than Mr. Allen in
building Is completed. manage company most important features of the meeting the stylish and seasonable goods now 'l

;Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Reese and son, Company operates one of the largest was the appointment of a committee' In stock be moved In order tbat the new to turn a political trick about as well as land matters and valuations, and while f fin /\\0;\\

Claude have returned to Tennessee, after printing: and binding establishments in cf ladies to arrange for an entertainment goods may be properly displayed.It any man In Florida. Jacksonville he had the opportunityof ''1

the South in addition to publishing one committee Miss Evelyn Clark has accepted a thoroughly posting himself In sit 'the
a month's visit iri Chicago and Decatur .t an early date, While the livery important that all who intend ;

Illinois, where, they were the guests of tbe best afternoon newspapers in the has not yet met and decided upon plan, to take advantage of this great ,I position as Instructor music at West details of the business. i'

Powers. While State. "- that the entertain- It is fora Palm Beach and leaves today for her Mr.Allen has already listed some very III ,
\r.- of Mr. and Mrs. Chas, It has been suggested sale viait the store tomorrow, as
le Pei.ft.tnr they were the recipient of ment be held on the evening of the 3istlast. \limited time only. Posters will be field of labor. Miss Clark is extremely ,' attractive bargiins, and his success is fIlii

'many social functions. The Reeses will Circuit CourtIs ., and take the form of a Hallowe'en distributed throughout the city tomorrow pupular in Daytona and her many assured

return to their home 'here early in November party. It Is very Ilkely.that the committee morning giving more particulars Friends regret tbat -she will not be in
Yellow Fever Situation
In SessionThe will decide upon an entertainment of regard to the sale.Killed Daytona this winter.-Daytona Gazette-
m. News. At tbe weather grows cooler the fever
who spent the this kind.
Mr Clarence Ryman,
} .. situation changes( for the better. Bothin ;
clearance sale to- 1
with his here, Branuing;
; summer vacation parents Court et Peoaacota and New Orleans Ibis is
baa returned to Bingham Military College Circuit In its fall sea If you need stationery go to Idner'sfor I Three Rattlers morrow afternoon.
,H sion Monday, Judge Minor S Jones half --- decidedly noticeable, while throughout tar
He Is selling at price.
Since his return be it. While his stables at Neptune
at Afheville. working near -
1 I the remainder of the infected district the pJrt
The following gentlemen
s has been promoted to tbe captaincy: of presiding. one day last week, Mr.W. P. Harpa A Daredevil Ride
outlook Tues-
constitute the grand jury: W. A. Hooks, I sad accident. To heal materially improved.
his well-known citizen of that place, no- often ends In a
company. Finest assortmedt ot Lowaey's Famous day's report from Penancola was one new
T. A. Price,II.P. ScruggsC.
H. E. Briggs ;
left last week ticed tbat his dog was baying: something accidental! injuries, use Bucklen'a Ar.
Frank M, Dimick in West
Mr. Richards A. Candles ever displayed case and one death the latter was that
McLendon H. J. ?
F. to the dog, he nice Salve. "A deep wound in myfoot,
he enter Stetson Clematis near by. Going once
for DeLand where Grant L. P. Beach at Majltwllld's Bakery, of Dr. Boulter who has persistently condtended t
N. H. ,
Pent, R. Cook J. tattlers accident writes Theodore
tbat she from ,
discovered an
University for tbe third year. G. Erfert H. P. avenue. Chocolates and caramels In : that yellow fever did not exist in r
Brows J. A. Colby at bey. Mr. Harp exterminated the Schuele, Columbus: O., "caused me
Mr. Clarence Smith the efficient assistant Myers. J. O. Trultt. A. VT, Cromartie, bulk and pound and hall-pound boxes. the city. There Is now every indication-
and found that were helpless,
in abort order pain. Physicians
postmaster of the Palm Beacb F. L. and H. S. Pollock Exclusive agency foe: West Palm Beach. snakes great thai, so far as Florida ia concerned, tbe
r xMr. and respectively Arnica Salve quickly healed
Moody i a: Bucklen's
H bnt
their years
were 9. .
Mrs. Smith ages fever will be confined to its location
by : present
accompanied was elected fore.
postmaster, KJ!.: ol1ck': in length five, five anda it." Soothe aodheslsturarlikemagic.
; '. being andJLhat the state.,at large will escape
where b .
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for Daytona, t i, '
will leave toatght oIkoI'elit.bro : ''
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.."t-. '.lIns.. / Tons Slaked Lime half and five and three-fourths. feeL .,. 2SC at all drag. etor'esv.. -.,. re al'..
I% assumes a like position :w9re4tleoqualiied'andbfonds1 Ten :[- iTf,y Y i <*' ilvagesandlajuarfous
: Mrs. M.
.. ... *' -,31eIrp g."be" tattlesto
\t and Supply
East Coast>umber "
ooze At the
p alter the court' Was' found Air C. Cook,or Neptune, aOO'II1M is keeping -Deep.ia sadgeLTroplcal; SUit 'prtces Lalha-work oa brattd steel at Cum.

1..J..1' Home-made bread, fresh every day al to be in condition to take up the cases Company U the place to get your them .as souvenir on Jib printing. miogs. 9-1.J.tt.

Brothers- st6t"JLr continued tram the last term. Slaked Lime. |to per ton. .
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Short Stories. i them esteem gifts except foe: friend.as friend But the acknowledges men of- Governor HaiBought Geo.S.. JI packer SorMANUFACTURERS i l.. .

: West falm Beach will acknowledge with -. '" ,F "fir"'
PtbVut Dredges
me, that through b.1. large investment,
-- and his liberal treatment of mien and a .

I While bathing la Banana river near matters, every man who owns a dollarJ ,JL l now \ era that Governor Brows r d Ilse 1 e eta a ',4FtI

'; Lotus, Mlaa DorU Geiger, aged 16, was this town can trace that dollar back tc not'only f intends to carry his draiaagi,, -

"\\:1":: t.' drowned last Saturday. the fountain of genius who made this scheme through, but be will\ lose:.''otltu. a 0 G4 +

:,: ; swamp land bloom as a rose, in commencing: work on tbdf, pro/jec 1 1 "' .
t Dyke Smith, who plunged from railroad J. .
I which is to into cultivation thotis
bring ,
;' The crux: of the matter is- this : The ,
'. > bridge at Eau Game last week.wlth ,' "
'l ands and' of land nOt
thousands of
past five years in West Palm Beach have acres w'
,'r : autcldal intent, crushing his skull died
? beeu a i.renuous! scramble to handle the covered by the v rglftde9. Following!] ,' :.
: S. Thursday. He never regained cou- Is from letter written :th :
business that was coming to the mer an extract a by eft Y s
I, flciousuess. / chabts, the work to contractors, the earning governor to Hon. V.; A Headry, at La. '.a..wwsv. 'Co'.. : I -

:' t"' ;r' The local' option election 1iPutnemcounty of living and building of bomjea by belle, Ffa.> and, published Iu he for t ., t. i' i : ,

': Wednesday, resulted in .a victory( all classes, professional man, merchant: Myers. Press : .'' l' --.
for the -wets. Their majority was 73. and mechonlc, and while this was going .''"..W have an engineer and force in thtfield : OF' m k : e
: 's The antl-fcalooulsts carried Volusia county on there was a. certain disgruntled; element making a survey from.tbe St. Loci e r. & j /

I \t "' by a good majority the same day. which will 'be found In every to Lake Okeechobee. we nave,aiao cuutraded -, Doors Sash, e

i:\ Chas. W. StallSel#;'at one time a Jacksonville community, which made It their for the machinery for two large '
>> \ councilman and conspicuous business to pump tales of the terr.ble dredges one of them to be complete J''la !' 't iirla i'M tihinis

\1 ',l; politician:( is now a pauper in New Vorit. net of serfdom that was 'be- ninety days from the 14th of August last,, .. *

",t\, It will be remembered that Stausell and ing spurt about us. These.tales would and the other in one hundred and twenty' n i rAND, t

'p. Albert Willi.msou figured in a street duel get more acute as election time came days from the same date. I assure\you! u Building'Material. I/

''r, when both men et.'ahotii jf \ 8 around and then this element would that we are proceeding as rapidly as U,Is "

J ; H W. Bloxham PIckettTWierHfoffeuval:" choose from among their numbers those practicable for us to proceed By Jibe CHARLESTON; S. C. % Between..
Tri-Weekly Sailings
: county, died early Wednesday. morning.Hla who they wanted elected to office and first of January we hope to be dredging a ,
them up"aa champions and saviours canal from Lake Okeechobee to tidewater aWT-argest Factory South "
'I death ,was ..unexpected .apd -was pet JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK
;+i w .+ ;caused fby.. an? abcessfon ht sttt8it4J-Jl l of'ilC; people;' The !busy merchant as with the determination'to make the :; Send for Pe.l'! "," :f .
,:} I 'lie I was 33* *years- old.* aH* **. j> H' $ :'likewise7 mechanic, would be buttonholed cross section area of the canal suffic'lenito '< i ; ;Caning at Charleston 8.C., both ways
and offered the bone of discontent relieve the Caloosahatchee river and .;.*HE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IM TPtt COASTWISE SERVICE

I 4", ? The bad water hyacinth, Ayb'ch.' ,for mpauv!, I'to chew upon, but when the disciple of'' to protect tbe people from lie destruction :Louisville & }Nashville THE "CLYDE) JmN1.INEN

'\;years made life miserable for n''''i. trouble departed they were straightway wrought by. overflow. I . NEW ENGLAND AND .SOUTl, .
gators on the St. Johns Driver, has nowinvaded one"of'' Direct Service Between
"I to have the hull for
in of homes expect
f{+ ', \ the' waters of the Klssimmee forgotten joy planning !r1'. JACKSONVILLE; BOSTON AND .PROVIDENCE,
; R19.11road, "
riveror .. 1"
the Kissimmee .
bullion .
( But thai the dredges ,
: ltio- river, and Is seriously interfering with and counting profits. ... '. AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. .
'd''v. navigation. times are momentarily dull come there 'the Caloosahatchee, the other 'one ,Z'e'vt 'f' x. Calling at Charleston both ways. .
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malcontents with the cry, "Now that probably on the Indian or St. Lucie 'IIEMI.WEEKLoY SAILINGS. .
'I river." I I"f Southbound .. From Lewis' Wharf Boston
> you a re weak the bugaboo is going to "I
Pierce bicycles: at CummlugsClematis Vary Low RateRoundTrip5Summer .
eat But American intelligence Is Northbound From foot of Catherine Street;
:fr :ave., ogposite bank. you. ,. Jaokeontill&f
I ,., I ______ invulnerable_ to such jingoism. :Where BOYNTON ITEMS. :JOHNS
,:,1';t'; can you find ajbappierpr more contented r \ I .

i H That "Dog" Story. lot of people than in our Cottage City? A party of.Boynton people went up to Jacksonville" and 3anford. I' ,

,., Editor Tropical Sun: ,( Men let' us show by our vote .that we Lake Worth'Inlet Monday morning. Stopping at'Palatka, Astor; St., 'Francis, Beresford (DeLand) and

:d nl, "; f! "Mr Flagler; ] call off your dogs."- 'rillnot 'put into power nor oqn ten- Mr C. W. Pierce's launch They were' TOURIST TICKETS Intermediate Landing on the St. Johns River '

., I'a1m'Beecb'NewL:September Vii' ? |! ';'. ance trouble-makers ,iron detractors!!of M"' byDacityednesday afternoon,,but' : Steamer "City of 'J Jacksonville"!,

'. .,";' 4' As-tbe author of'the abovfr' seems\ determined our foremost citizen' ;ttenry Milagler.: ? : have not returned yet. .;.,' lHappolnted to sail as lollowfi='Leave Jacksonville,Sundays\ ,I,ueldaya and Xlmrsdnys/ 8:110 p m t q

toijring'i( .J\Ir': F.laglerJnto OUt He does not,, to answer hjsvilifiers ...... .. 1 '
stoop ilrle.ncV! D reCe," T. Harper wiU beat -- Returning lon Sinlord.Molulnye, Wednesday and Sundays at 9:30: a. nv
'. :municipal election, it'mlgbt bd well to, no more than he haunts {ibe t lax sales'to home about the nth of nest month,. Southbound dohelUie. ,' Northbound
\3ook! around and see who those'!fd gs'f buy lqthehsriiesan4; ; Jcrdpertpof.nn; motn-1 On Bale dally to various points of tiles North Read down '., Read up. %yLeawS

%.are, and whether most of them'' have fortun'afes' being offered for".'deiinqueut Mr.' L Tedder spent Thursday "; and West, limited to' October 81st to re- Sso pm i.,.... ........ ..i JACKSONVILLE.!: '.. ......oAtflve\ e. .M a .
ing'iu West Palm Beach on business"Mrs : .. .,. ...,,, ..t"nt.,... .,...". .. .. .
r 'snot a reason for dreading the election taxes These things are as indelible on turn; IncludlDjr Chicago', Milwaukee B 43 pm, ? ". ... .PALATKA. .,r' .. Leave I "|>M
f Tiffany, of West Palm Beach was Minneapolis, Set Paul;'Denver ",' 3 .n. .m.",....r.... .. .p.yn.w.., ASTOR ...*.,'....,....a."u, .b. ''8 yopM
ff a mayor of tbU.own whose,, election the character, a man asr the spots on .*' '.. "
"* "* :Colorado! Spring! Pueblo.Extremely '0.01. ? P'C.BRANCIS..t..or..s U.. Soopm
wlll be an Insolt to lhat'gentleman.1 the leopard. "" j,;' .' down calliug9ttberrftieathMt! ;l;: Kapp, .... .;.... '
'. "-ifr''.'," .' .:' BEP.BSFORDDxLAND!; )....... .r.pH.//. ... I I' tooptuArri
'From the time whet tbeengineers -of Can the leopard change his spots Saturday.afternoon.: ., i I ..So am'h...,;ea.L..i...,._.:.9ANFORIl .rt'...,..,.,.,....... 9loam
the Florida East Coast Railway! passed 'Mr. Flagler is a citizen of .his- pre- !Mr. and Mr. E. Campbell came arcoont Lewis low. and rate Clark to Portland Centennial,Oregon Kxpoxl-, ", 10 OO aia......................................ENTEEPRISB, -...?..................:.?.... 10 O0 am '

through what is,,now West: !f}'aroma B ach.r' cincU He lithe largest' property iwner back Saturday morning. and spent a few lion;"C alao: to Han Franclwo aud Los Angela General Passenger and Ticket Office $122 W, Bay St., Jacksonville I IF
\ .
someithlrteeit: '''years :ago.lpegplti .hilv 5 in the pity ?nd county,; >. His vestments days with relatives here. They movedto --
Only line o through sleepers from .M. IROMMO UBMJr:;Aas't lien'l Pall m West St.,Jacksonville/. ,,
Agt Bay
flocked Into the town. Let us see who have developed the country and all of : Lantana Tuesday and will stay there Florida.to Chicago. W..1:1. COOPER,Jr.FrelghtAet... .' c. !'. LOVfcLL: Sopt.,
tbeywere: ; and who they; are. ; -wLawyera Its wealth., Do the Metcalfs with to during/ the season; Fool of Hogao Street, Jaca..n..ille Florida fN;
.v I A, C. HAOEnTr, Oen'l Eual'n 4'aew Art.,New Tot k. CLYUE MILNE Oon'l Fr"'l Artt, Jf, T
,'what was your financial] con. dear such' a- man the' privilege-op- Mr. Cullen Pence made a business Only line operating throng! sleepers from ,, VHKU!: u. .,KOKK WM: ,f. CLYl>K A CO.. y jt
dition wben first came to this town? posing them, when knows Florida to Bt.! Loulu with, Dining Car Service.Through General Manager AcenU 8s
you everybody trip to West Palm Beach Monday .: Cboeebrouith Building 1') State Street New, York Fr
What is It now?? hat they have opposed his eyery effort .rte.
Mr. T. M. Lett of West Palm Beach,
''I Bankers, what was it then? What.isloti to develop the resources of this country? Tourist Sleepers, to CaliforniaFree .
spent Saturday ,afternoon here on busU.
it now? ', One of the "Dogs."
ness. ""
Hardware merchants, what was it Reclining Chair Care.

then? What is it now,? t'" "t

Grocery merchants, what was it .then. ? Somewhat MisleadingEditor Finest Dining Car Service In the South.r3"Aek .
What Is it now? The Tropical l Sun : J. B. M'cGNLEYFuneral' [ Palm Beach

1 Furniture merchants, what was It One would think by reading the Palm for ticket via L, and N.*...

then? What is It now? Beach News of last week that there were

Dry goods men, what was it then? only four names to be placed od the official Town Lots.
For rate andlcbf'dulea to any point Northor ;I
What is it
now? ballot for councilmen. West and for Pullman reservation, call

f I Men's furnishers, what was it then? What's the matter with J. I. McDonald on or write OEO., )K. HERRING.Fla. 9vChoiceResidollce

What (Is It now? Max Sirkin, Geo.W. Iduer and last, Director r rr Pan Agent. L. and N. n. R.,
l Centractors, what; was it then? Whet but not least Robert Harter? These gen 206 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, Florida Lotsfrom

'" 1 is it now? tlemen are all substantial, progressive

t Mechanics, what. was It then? What citizens and property owners ; men who

is it now? If elected, would discharge the duties of Yt

Laboring men, what was it then? the office with honor and with justice to and :S20 up,
--'-- -a-
What Is it now? all and special favors to none. J, I. McDonald .
Indeed the game questions may be and Max Sirkin have been active one-third cash balance by semi-annual

f put to every citizen, no matter what his members of that body for more than a installments reasonable "
on time accordr
calling, who came to West Palm Beach year, and it is an acknowledged fact that Sced .
i! when the town was first started, and they have proven themselves among the EmbalmerLady ing to price of lot.

j the uniform ''answer will be the same, very best councilmen the city has ever Sr. known For half hjr what thy th bav For plata and 'full information apply to
Crown a century *?
5 \ "All who have deserved prosperity have had. The writer has the profoundest hv Men the atantl rd-hfcvtfullnd > '

M prospered." And to wLat influence, or respect for the four young: gentlemen tor crops one ibiui Co product see others Clime, Sold.bet WALLACE R. MOSES '.
what man, are all indebted for ball dealer ieee need A. ,
we the mentioned by the News. Some of them anal frato.n.pplloanw.
Agent Florida East= Coast Railway Land
\\jtr! prosperity we have all of Qs enjoyed? have said that their business interestswere assistant. D. M. FtRRY A. CO.. Department.

t' Suppose Mr. Flagler had called off such that they would be unable to Both licensed by the State to embalmand Detroit, Mloh.QRAFTEDED West :Palm each, Florida. .
; 4fi his: dogs in 1891: ? How many of our give the required attention to tbe office,

'l prosperous business men would be here therefore did not want it. Now, does it prepare bodies for shipment. /WWWWl'Annual % %' .

j ;r today? Most of them came here poor, not seem very strange that if the Metct.U J?

and are either wealthy or independent organ has only the best Interests of the "

now. city at heart, as they claim, they should Mulgoba Mangoes.
Verita want to turn down men who have been BIID ExcursionTO

tried and not found wanting and elect
;, Largest; Collection of Crotons in the United States. Palms, Phyllan
One of the Dogs. in their places young, inexperienced
,' thua.etc. Allpotgrown. Full Line Of CitrUS StOCk -TO-

't Editor The Tropical Sun : men 1Taxpl'yer, be careful bow you vote. grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address -

I notice that your paper has not seen I word to the wise is sufficient JOHN B. BEACH. West Pafm Beach Fla and Seashore Resorts

,\ ; fit to make answer to the editorial which 'I/t. Citizen, .

,,' a appeared in last week's issue of the Palm _ mvvv..v.vrvvvvvvvtr.vvv.v.vvvvvsvnvvvvv.VVVVYYYYS and Washington D. C.,

'-$: Beach News. Perhaps you are right; in I : = = .
Tak. Kodol After Eating.
ignoring it, out of consideration for the' .
News, and its friends, who regret the ; Dyspepsia After a b Cure arty meal will prevent a dose .of an attack Kodol t SUMMER HOTEL CHICAGO =- August r 16, 1905 .

Impetuosity that impelled the attack on of indigestion. Kodol is a thorough dl- 3 3A VISOUTHERN
L. Mr. Flagler,or the malicious mind'which gestant and a guaranteed cure for indi- bE PMID0E
r seems to have suddenly come into con gestion.dyspepsia' gas on the stomach, HOTEL : RAILWAY ..
+ I weak heart, sour risings: bad breath and
.,, trol of the policy of the paper. Let use ,fall stomach troubles. L. A. Soper. of HlRh-Clasa FamUy and Transient( Hotel. J -
set aside the spirit that actuated the attack Little Rock, Ky says: "Kodol Dyspepsia .
Located between W.. bln ton and Madison Aveniiep. fronting bn the Midway
'' and see what sense we can get: out Cure deserves all the commendation ;;: Boulevard< adJournliiK the Cblvanu University! Rates from Jacksonville to

t r' of the article. We will pass over the of that ourMiltle can be given girl; it.when as it she saved was the 3 years life Parlor' ,and Bedroom' 'with Private Bath and Board ror Two People, Anhe/ille, N C {13 00 Ocean Vlrw, Va ,rs-so

.News'. "esteem," "great good." "un-I old. She Is now 6 and we have kept it from $30 to $40 per Week. Abbeville, S C 11 oo Old Point Comfort, V ". 15 So ,,1
sated etc. etc. for has not the but of she Anderson S C If 40 Rutherfordton N C Y
: praise, ; for her constantly course I Twelve minutes from down town via Illinois Central Railway.All 13 oola
li n News: for the past half dozen years devoted only'takes it now when anything disagrees train atop at 68rd ft... to which baggage. should be checked. Brevard. N C 13 30 Saluda. N C 10 .4
Cross Hill S C
with her. We feel grateful for 13 oo Sewaoee TennSpartanburg
f t its best and strenuous mind BRADLEY MUSERVE. Pro rl.tors. 14 95 ; t
; space I the benefit derived from its use and Flat Rock, N C u 10 S C 12 10
to the publicity of Mr. Flagler'a great would not be without" Sold by A. G. Greenville S C la lo Virginia Beach, Va i 5 50i k
\ t "' and disinterested benefactions to the I Riegel. AAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAep Henderson*. N C I a 30 Tryon, N C a i CfIt <

I" 44zr "East Coast of Florida, except when they !I Indian Springs, Ga 9 oo Walballa S C 25 r
Lauren S
'- C II oo Warm Springs. Ga
had need of the space for the publication I' Lake Toiaway, N C 14 30 Waterloo, S C (Harris LttbiaLincoln 9 00
t of some new and unspeakable villainyof I Lenolr N C 13 aj Springs)
la oo
of Metcalf and tbe geueral disapproval ol hN on, N C 13 oo Wsyneavl1le, N C 14 ,: 5it e
t Lookout Mountain, Ten 1380 White Stone, S C(White
" of anyone who supported them In their UIIJI Stone
gQ Marion N C 13 00 Lithm
.!! Springs)
war on Mr. Flagler.. '" Monteagle, Tenn 15 o< Washington DC'u xo
Pt I for one court the possibility of. being ... T a w 'b 90

""" a{ g classed with the "dogs if for no other U :. The above rates are for the Round rlp. Tickets will be sold Wednesday, Aue. 16
1905, only, with final limit to return time
to and '
any up
A Including
tbe ?
'r, reason than to assert rights' an For detailed Information Aug. 3- p,5. !
sleeping car reaervaUoul
; honest American citizen to my private 0'1 .. office, 108 West BAy Itree!. Telephone 743. etc., apply at Passenger FA' p ?.

. j" r l opinion, political freedom and disapproval .. .,.. g J. C. LUSK, District Passenger: Ajent. Jackaonvllle, FU.
val of jingoism. "Digs.! Indeed. Mr. .- A >
i Metcalf,_ that Mr. Flagler can lay no J
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trti claim to consideration for favors done
: r -1- D. w. FENT0N
the town. U( am patting this la milderform .ndi t & e@e,
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than Mr. Metcalf is wont to use) ,f! S :;; -- 'I'n -
a nun? I'' It c.
't ,. Mr. HIagler is eta*i erican. He knows AI 1 '0 Undertakers: > .

"I'- that he i I. dealing w a la. the proudest of 3 : ,0' ., andt. f: "
r % proud Americacitizens: when be dells ... ij4 Embalmers I

with these Wen ol' the Southland, la his I U ::1'u.: "- _'_ ,'

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'r:mofWat.rf (,,-:- THfTKOriCtt.." -' ,.' ..SUM. ... *.:.:..:.. .:,::.)] ; ; WEDNESDAY, ,OCTOBER,. .-. 1905. ,

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WELLINGTON paragraphs 'ofCo : ..' people as be/!/ CITY SCHOOLS

I W. 1 I METCALF WON ......

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Iowney'acandies.; Mpjewski'a.I.' ffl YESTERDAY'S BATTLE Miss Eva Yarborough, ofMiami, lathe

Wheels for rent, at Cummings 9-ij-if .n guest of friends the city.Mr. .
I Branu'lrjg Brothers'sale starts at noon .'and Mrs. H. P. Savage have re
Board "
Enrollment Has Well Passed the
Resigned Last Night. Old tomorrow. turned from a pleasant trip to Miami. '

,' ; ., :Transacts Business and, Remember the ice cream sale In the J. L. Grier is Still Clerk, and Wilbur Hendrickson Mr.\ H. E.: Briggs was. called: to Miami Two Hundred Mark. New ,,

S afternoon. I Monday to serve as. a d"cult-court juror.
park tomorrow Four Equipment Bought.The ,
( Adjourns.. Patronize home industries. Strahan's Succeeds Himself as Marshal. ,New Attorney W. I. Metcalf spent MondayIn .

v Steam Laundry Is !still' running. 'Sendus I Miami, In attendance upon circuit

S, The first regular meeting of the city your work, Aldermen Count City's. Money.1 ', I court: enrollment at the public i-chool Iw

council: for October and practical the The Daughters of Pocahontas will give 't 1 i ,,Jl", ri h- *I C. W. Schmld, ot Miami, spent yesterday gradually climbing, and is now well past""

., .,; last meeting of the old board, was held their usual semi-monthly dance on next: 'J ;JU\ in tbe city, having come up to cast I the two hundred mark. Tbe faculty i Is

last evening, Aldermen Parrlsb, Wellington Friday evening Red Men' hall. his vote. 1 encouraged the pupils are happy, and
Decidedly the hottest battle of bal. FOR
Potter, McDonald and Sirkin being Mrs. E. E. Lawience is expected there is every reason to believe that the ,y +
If the weather is favorable, the ladles '
lots that has ever been waged in West Heudrickson
Alderman Parrish presided. W. 141. borne from Plymouth, Mass., tomorrow term of school just begun will be the
of the City Improvement :
Palm Beach tbe contest of
was yesterday ,
C. Jones. 74. ;j most prosperous that the Cottage City
The regular order of business was set \ morning
will Ice and cake in the
Nerve cream: city which resulted (10 the election' ALDERMEN'SA.
rT' aside, and the council proceeded to can park tomorrow afternoon. FOR Mr. Geo. W. Idner has, returfred= (rom has yet enjoyed. Professor Stephens,
W, I, Metcalf for. mayor, followed by '
y vaas the election returns. Mr,. L. W. the of what has been termed P. Anthony, 96.. ., V A ,. a month's visit to Minnesota and other the principal, requests The Tropical
Messrs. Tonr Lopez and Frank K. success \
Burkhardt requested that the"council T. J. Campbell, ni. Western States. Sun to urge all'parents) who have child- r,
Waters members of the Miami Rifles he entire :Metcalf:! lcket. '
) of school send them la and
L I ren to ;;
make re-count of the ballots to the C. W. Faber, ito. age
a Joined their this morning and The ports opened early in the tnorn- Capt. Geo. E. Andrews and Familylave '
company have them enrolled at once, In order
office of which' the board did. H. T. Grant, i % p
mayor, 109. Tlbbals and
old hall Poinsetta arrived frcm reopenedtheir
went at Orlando. lug in the fire on
r There-count resulted in changing the encampment R. H. Harter 85: : that the children may get the full benefit
: ,
y; street, and notwithstanding tbe fact t winter home:on Eyernia street.
figures to the extent of two votes, giving Tbe Woman's Home Missionary Society Geo. W. Idner, 73.J. of the entire term of school.
that the qualified poll list showed only Capt. A; J. Cnuova'and family leftMonday The Hoard of Trustees of the district
rr Metcalf 102 and Burkbaidt '95. The returns of the Methodist church held an all- I. McDonald 83.
209 electors( when the "game was called : evening on their houseboat for
as furnished by the inspectors day quilt In K bee at the parsonage yesterday Max: Slrkin, 62. have recently supplied the school with
1'' at sundown 331 bad deposited Miami, whore will permanently re-I
; persons they charts M1ta'' i
showed Metcalf: as having 103 and Burk.: which proved avery pleasant and ballots electors The new officials elected yesterday are maps, globes, dictionary, water
their Many side. | coolers for each and other much
t bardt 94. The council: then declared profitable event. therefore, Mayor, W. I. Metcalf; Clerk,
did list
whose names not on
i appeal Mrs J. V. Peeler left Saturday for needed equipment This
Mr. W. I, Metcalf the mayor of West'Palm Thrlp Juice kills scales on citrus. trees. Seventeen J. L. Grier; Marshal, W. W. Hendrick- supplies.
produced poll tax: receipts. Orlando visit relatives after which
to is the first time the school has ever been
Beach, and he wHil enter upon bis For sale by J/B./ McGlnley. allots were thrown out, being either son; Aldermen,,, A. P. Anthony, T. J. 1
she will: go to Palm BeachKissimmeeValley fhrnished with some of the articles ti
duties as soon as he takes the oath of The Board of County Commissioners mutilated marked. Campbell, C. W Faber and II T Grant
or improperly Gazette. and is
named tbe action of the trustees
office. The other candidates weir declared met yesterday in Miami bat remained election off and Those at present on the board, who are
The passed quietly,
Charles. Metcalf returned to West vela much appreciated: by uot only the ,
elected : for and whowill
holdovers another
\ in'session short time ad- his friends year,
only a having while each candidate or ,
1 Palm Beach yesterday, after a few days'visit faculty but the pupils as well.:
Clerk"I. L. Crier. \ with the above the board,
journed until today, when the regular contested every inch of ground, there compose Robson.-St. An Interesting feature of .the institution
P. Augustine
Marshal, W. W. Hendrickson. are Geo. B. Baker and T. J. Grier. The to
brder of business will be taken incident\
up. was not an unpleasant this term ia the 'of the
Aldermen, A. P. Anthony, T. J. Camp. retiring members are B. M. Potter, Max: Record, Monday. meeting
Walter Haugh joined the Miami Rifleshere than some warm arguments: aa to the of the School "
belt, H. T. Great and C. W. Faber. of certain electors. Crowds Sirkin J. I. McDonald and K. W. J. W. H. Tums, a prominent vegetable Literary Society: High '
this morning and went to Orlando qualification Department Friday afternoon at
i' BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Parrish, also Geo. Wellington, who last grower from the Boynton neighborhood, every
: where the Second Regimeut will rendez thronged around the polls throughout o'clock.. Entertaining and Instructive r
The of Mr. in the City today with a load of vegetables :
night resigned. resignation was :
After reading and approving the min vous. Mr. Haugh took his trombone the day, and at 7 o'clock last evening' programs enjoyed by those who attend
will necessitate the of fine quality.
Wellington appoint
.10 utes the following: business was transacted aad will play with the regiment band when the result was announced friends these Friday afternoon events.
of the' winners becsme quite, enthusiastic meet by the new board of a member as Allen Parrish, son of Alderman E.W J.
: Hartford tires No. 77, $3 co each, at County Superintendent Hall is expected j
I his successor, and it Is also very prob. Monday for Sutherland, on
Brannlog: Brothers were granted a permit while those who lost, if despondent Parri"n.lert to reach here from Miami next
Cummings. 9-13-tf
r office in outward able that Mr. Anthony will not serve, in the Gulf coast, where he enters the
to build an addition to their :or grieved failed to show any Friday morning and make an official
Mr. Arthur B. Hinsdell, a well-known which event his successor will} have to State Methodist College for a term.
block signs.
the Jefferson
visitation to the school that day.
H. P. Branning who was employed by newspaper reporter from .(Chicago, who The election officers were, Inspectors, be named by the incoming board. Alderman E. W. J. Parrish is spending .
'..... i I. making his way from that city to'-IIs- i The retiring Mayor and Councilmen r
subscriptions Prank Idner and H. B. bis here
,the council lo( collect all unpaid franklin Sheen, a few days with family ,
Cuba, which he is to reach by October with Notice to Parents and Patrons.On .
vana leave the city council chamber
: to tbe fire hall, submitted a Saunders, while B. A. Ehmann acted: as can having come up Monday night to be
; report showing that be had collected 7th in order to win a wager of$500, clerk. : tbe feeling that they have dischargedevery present at the City election and to conclude Monday, Oct. 9th, the Board of yp;

struck this ci'y\ yesterday and will sail duty that bas been Imposed upon School Trustees will the klndergargarteu -
$8:. The report was accompanied by a The vote stood as follows : his work as an alderman.Mr. .
from Miami tomorrow If be succeedsIn them in a fair and impartial manner school, and all parents and patrons .
check: for( $31, be having retained the Iso FOR MAYOR.W. and Mrs. Geo. H.. Maltby are
him pulling through quarantine he will In the history of this young city no bet who expect to enter children: for
i fee which the council agreed to pay the number who have returned
Metcalf among
I. 103.
make good. ter or more honorable officials have ever membership are urged to report at once
for his services. this week from a summer's outing.
affidavit Fine cooking: apple! fresh from moun- L. W. Burkhardt, 95. held office, and while the incoming to the secretary of the school trustees to
Assessor Grier'presentedan have been enjoying life in their
z' H. S. Miller They
showing that the tu: .books bad been tains of North Carolina, 4oc a peck, at 17.FOR officials are gentlemen of unquestioned former home in the north since early in secure certificate of admission so. that
CLERK. /they will receive the commendation be made for tb'care of all.
t put In proper legal shape, and the statement Lake Worth Produce Company. ability the summer. provision can
L Grler ill. of every one if they prove as Have your little outs in at the start +
of the fi- J.
r was signed by. members I A recent letter from S. 0 Fittt, deputy -> Monday
; Mr, Dwigbt A. Allen
D. W.lenton,87.U. faithful as their predecessors. I and let them enjoy the full term. There P
:county clerk, states that be started home from a month'visit in Jacksonville.Mr. \ .
Coatiniiva to ..g. 4. ... are many unable to pay tbe tuition fee fi
few days since, from Chicago, but Allei is enthusiastic is speakingof
for their children, and there ate orphans
I reaching New"ork, his old complaint Bros'Sale I tbe future of Florida's metropollaand not provided for. Those In-
D. C. Planning Branning charitably ?
Society Notes came back on him and he was compelled I says that Jacksonville is destined to rank dined are requested to confer with tte

to return to Chicago for further treat EntertainmentNow TomorrowTomorrow I as one of the leading: cities of the Southat Board of Trustees. ,

From East Side "meu""faod; that the date of bla return to no distant day. ;
Guy I. Metcalf, Sr'c'y.:
I I1lrs. Miami would now be Indefinite. This Rev. and Mrs. p.'V.Weatherwax have

I U. D. Hendrickson .]eses this news will be regretted by Mr. Pitts that the summer months have at noon Branning Brother, returned from a visit of several weeks to Another Real
friends oty.-Mlllml the members of Fanny Haralson tbe ladies outfitters, wIll! inaugurate a
,week with her daughter, Mary, for( "Orlando )throughout .the c passed, their former home in St. Joseph Mich.,
Metropolis. Gordon Chapter, U. D. C ,hove resumed special clearance sale of odds and ends
where Mary will enter The ,Pell- and are again living at the Congregational Estate AgencyWest
Clarke school for tbe coming year. Mrs. Pierce: bicycles at CummlngsClematis their regular mouthly business and lit in ladies' goods, and will lay out some manse. Regular services will .

Hendrickson will then go to Jacksonville ave opposite ban_. 913 tf erary meetings and the business meetings first I very attractive values in shirt waists, hereafter be held every Sunday morningand Palm Beach, !is to have still another
held the
will hereafter on etc., etc. This will ,be a genuine clearanceale the
for a few weeks visit. The many friends in Dade County of Monday of the monthwhile the literary : and prices will not cut much evening at Congregational real estate agency! Mr. Dwight A. '}

t, Mr Temple the Episcopal curate of Mr. Harry L. Brown, formerly manageror meetings\ will take place on the third I figure, as Manager Branning: says the church .. Allen, who baa recently returned from amoatb'

Bethesda-by-the-sea, with his young ; The Tropical Sun, will be pleased to Monday. goods must go. Mr. L. Moreton Murray, the well- stay. in Jacksonville, has decided.

daughters is ready to come south, but' learn that at a recent meeting of the The first meeting of tbe season was Mr. Branning has recently returnee known traveling man, spent yesterdayin :to engage in the land trading business.. f

owing to some delay In the windows and board, of'dlrectors of the Record Com- held Monday afternoon at the home of from New York: wheae he purchased the city: and put in some good elec.'I Mud is today getting out his stationery/

doors ot the new vicarage reaching here, pany, St. Augustine, he was elected Mrs. II. T. Grant, when considerable a magnificient display of ladies' goods, tion work for Mr. L. W. Burkhardt. Mr. and fitting up an office for that porpose.oj

they are waiting at tbe north until the secretary and treasurer and general routine work was disposed of. Amongthe and it is very essential that quantities Murray is among the bent political work- Few men in this section of D,de couuy -

building is completed.Mr. manager of that company Tbe Record' most Important features of the meet- of tbe stylish and seasonable goods now era along the East Coast, and knows how are better posted than Mr. Allen in K,

and Mrs. T, T. Reese and son, Company operates one of the largest lag was the appointment of a committee in stock be moved in order that the new to turn a political trick about as well as and matters and .valuations and while )'

Claude have returned to Tennessee, after printing and binding establishments in cf ladies to arrange fnr an entertainment goods may be properly displayed. any man in Florida. 10 Jacksonville he had the opportunity 1';

t a month's visit id Chicago and Decatur the South in addition to publishing one Ht an early date, While the committee It is very important that all who iu- Miss Evelyn Clark has accepted a I of thoroughly posting himself In alt"the

Illinois, where they were the guests of tbe besl afternoon newspapers in the has not yet met and decided upon a plan, tend to take advantage of this great position aa instructor in music at West details of the business. yw

f' of Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Powers. While State. it bas been suggested that the entertain sale visit the store tomorrow as it is fora Palm Beach and leaves today for her Mr. Allen has already listed some very

a \ ie peuatnr; they were the recipients of I ment be held on tbe evening of the Jut limited time only. Posters will be field of labor. Miss Clark is extremely attractive bargiins, and his success Is y

many social: functions. The Reeses wills Circuit CourtIs last., and take the form of a Hatlowe'eoparty. distributed throughout the city tomorrow popular in Daytona and her many asi>ured.

s return to their home 'here early In No- It is very likely'that the commit morning giving more particulars, in Friends regret that -she vfill 'not be in ifr.
Yellow Situation
vember. In SessionThe tee will decide upon an entertainment of regard to the sale.Killed Daytona this winter.-Daytona Gazette- Fever >
News. At the weather grows cooler the fever *!"
who spent the this kind.If .
Mr Clarence Ryroan, "
situation for the better. Both
changes: '
vacation with his parents here, Branuing Brothers' clearance sale tomorrow \!
summer : Circuit Court met in its fall session to Idner's Three Rattlers m Pensacola and New Orleans this is \
has returned to' Bingham Military Co 1- you need stationery go l afternoon.

.lege at Asbevllle. Since bis return be Monday Judge Minor S Jones for it. He is selling at half price. While working near his stables at Nep- --- decidedly noticeable, while throughout
The following gentlemen I the remainder of the infected district: the ,;
tbe captaincy of presiding. last week Mr.W. F. A Daredevil Ride
has been promoted to tune, one day Harp.
outlook has Tues
materially improved.
constitute the grand jury; W. A. Hooks,
his company. Famous a well-known citizen of that place, noticed often ends in a sad accident. To heal
H. E, Briggs, T. A Price.II.p. ScruggsC. Finest aasortmejt ot Lowney's day's report from Fensxcola was one new j
his beying something accidental injuries, use Bucklen's Arnica -
Dimick left last week Palm that dog was :
Mr. Frank M. in West and death the latter
.S F. McLendon K. W. Richards: J. A, Candles ever displayed case: one ? was that
the dog, he Salve. "A deep wound in foot,
be enters Stetson near by. Going at once to my
'f->r DeLand. where Pent, R. N. Cook, J. H. Grant, L. P. Beach, at. Msjewakl's Bakery, of Dr. Boulter who bas persistently contended 1
r third caramels in discovered: that she held three rattlers front an accident: : writes Theodore '
University for year. Chocolates and that yellow fever did not exist in
A. Colby F, G. Erfert, H. H. avenue.
Brown. J. ,
exterminated the ( Columbus: O me
Mr. Schuele o
at bey Harp
Mr Clarence Smith, tbe efficient asslsts'nt Myers, J. O. Trultt. A. VT, CromartI, bulk and pound and ball-pound boxes.Eaclnaive the city. There la now every indication':
in abort order and found that pain. Physicians were helpless,
postmaster of the Palm Beach F. I.. Moody sad H. S. Pollock.Mr x : agency foe West Palm Beach. snakes great that, no far as Florida is concerned, the
and a respectively Arnica Salve quickly heal
i Bucklen's
it but
their years
were 9
Mrs. Smith ages fever will be confined to its location .
accompanied by : : fore present
postmaster, ..Ih$ 'Poltoek'wieelected' I in five, five and edit," Soothes and liealsburns. 1Itmagic.
'will leave tonight for Daytona, whet aassumes ;... 4.--. ::.,;. ,, \, being length *.... and.Jthat the stalest large will escape rre
man ,
; feet. drugstores
.. ( Slaked LimeAt a half and five and three-fourths I asc at all v itr Lr
Ten Tons of itstsvagea and Injurious results.
a like posltioo.-r l lad -_ ..**
Petit slso. qualified ,,, 'u V '
... 'nronwgre, : tarp the raules. to Mrs. M. ? nt uift-t i" '" i i
;, Supply rMr gave .
-" "
.. and
.f- :: b :
: r
:' '- I Moods6 afternoon: the court' was found the East Coast>u Air C. Cook,of Neptune, and'.be la keeping + ...DI'op-l.. mad geLtropicat Sun 'price a Lathe work on brsafad steel at Cum'

14r..w Home-made bread, fresh every day, at tot be In condition to take up the cases Company Is the place to get Tour them as souvenirs. on jib printing. miags. 9-ij-tf.

aber Brothers, ,>6tf continued trom the last term. Slaked Lime. f toper ton.1 .



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The sum of $533,000! in pent into :
I ,
L'' THE, TROPICAL SUN. '.<, -' ,
Florida annually to pay pensions[ ) oUjnion SC.ofe ,C\n'n ,. i.rt' T Y .., 'I:; \
""'-r, Pr a' ,,Due,. CvHMy.; PUrWa ", ,. 1N \ "
ti 1 i\y; ..' j L 1 r / i i r" >. d '- plriietJj'( FloTd,) B'8 "old vet?'." I g1N A' J.C' + :

t\\ I.J"\:, ., ra\ll.bt< Ertry WeflMadaj. a.d SstMrdsyT uu..the opposite aide wade Impossible( ; I ..;,.;""il'" '. <: 'I"" <''i II:; 1 ', :,iiliFruit

I fi/"'.. ,, W'8T PALM a.AOH, DAOI OOUNT7.PLORIOAS '- ,fur carefuljbsyerss,; W. are overntockedwith. "
F i \ibit. atnoudttu'beapelithere. ,
\\1'\'', rr;< large : "

>i,,1:: (>' SUBSCRIPTION: P1UCB 3.0Q) PER' VBAlt.: -. Tal l r :t ) -:.. I':,

". "\". h1 ..', r Y. fl J...(.... .JARS'i: '
Tropical Sun PttoUshtng Conip'y, tloothU.g and'Cooling:;, '" t FRUIT

"? ; ; CHAS. B. KENDALL. Mana! **!*.,, Tbe salve thai.herls wlthc.ut a Bear 1 1D I. Our "buyer Will soon ,r tuyn wit t '.lr,.
? .
,{1'r' .WiU'",Witch llaitel Sal lye. No remedy '' big'cutis'S" I

+' stained .t ih* !muumuu ol Wet Pa u>'Beach- tae{ tl sucb'speedy, reltcf. It draw the largest and best selected 1ine spi1 an& have'derided to make a :"' ,'j.\\,\:\::::',

\ q4" ..accDad 1aMi. matter.- out, (Ieflbdtms ion, soothes! cool. ."d. ,. prices to move them ''II' : ":'''''J a'

heals all cuts, bDrD"'.nd,bruises. A wry : ; andt'sA'e .<-
!I ': .QlbthingVSlloes : : ...',"
1\ plie-s.Dd.kIQ'tI.aee.. DeWitt'RIs ..:"
(, '' AN AFTER ELECTION PRAYER 'cureror Now is Your Chance ;" ,1'r. /,

i'.1,t i. :I''I'' ,, -' .. ,Beware the'; only of counterfeits genuine Wttch-they,,'Hazel ire d Salve&II"er"ous (fore'in; .order-,to make :ame"apace: ;; : : : ): I J ;,.i"" I

", ;" The Falatka News'"published the Sold ,by I'A.. O. Rl get., w.e ''offer: from 'now: ; to ;;the\ :J first; of __/ II to put up plenty I ,,ar' of fruit for next winler .. ., "j

\' ; : following editorinlafter the local op- ',-" .

i, 1 tioa:e1ent Iou 'in: Palatka, and Tb Low Railroad Rates October: all bur 'Summer: ",Suits':: and .. ,' en- '-7\',0. II I

\ Prom Jacksonville Florida, via Allan : Pint JT!!, per d 70'1: '

\ljt', l It I Tropk-al Sao commends it1' to I OCR"I' I tic Coast Line $37.,Washington, D. C, :Pants,at' 20;per 'cent '-,off. *'& 60' ,
: JT*,
1 Quart ,
Voter who foel 1 eoreand dwappoioted:
.. + and return, on tale rialljr, to September'

;"I'! ? Teach us 0 Lord, to see the bright; 30 limited to October 31, 1905 This opportunity, does not comearound I :2 Quart Jars,, ,I )Q' ,h

.f. : Washington, D C..andreluro, ft' .' ..
aide that radiate 3tMei fTS? ,
of things we- mAY ,' ''' ,. Jelly, ;
on sale October 8 arid 9, limited October but once : I'' k '
tl ; a year.THE :
i P') the euueblDe.S .
}f1 be extended to 25tb'OD
can pay
5. .g15 .. :
\ ave UII!. we pray tbee from pettjncessnd went of jo cents. Hatchett-DaCamara Haidwatc' r CJPI

J.t'"i: fault-flndinursand eelt-6 eking $25 ?5. Hot Springs Ark., and return : SIBKJN CO. ,

sale October3 and limited November .
on 17
I minds be Wholesale' Retailer ol (Itf8rd8"re., S S
k)4:; *., And may our too big "JeffersonBlock
30.; 1905. "II v .. .* ,

: : r for prejudice. and our heart* too large 146 OS Cbicaxo, III., and return, on ,. ." ". ... . .

f R' f:, for hatred. sale October' 23 and 24, limited to No- .,---. _. -- ... .. --- .- ----7.-: ::
the be Dd from.the vtmber Jj, 1905. Atlantic: oast Line 0 I
Keep uu, on one {
:': 1 10.85: Atlanta, "'Ga., and return, on ... -< : ( \,,;

; I t:, pride' of preteofte, and off the other, 'sale October; 9.and 19, limited to Octobers3ft905" THE I R FrI TilHROGIf!! ( '\ I {!OM LOFJJDA! *V llURKllAllDT'S' w..t paint eeeli! i S j>b.hutl.ob1:,: li

1 l 4 from eelf-pitj; .and mortrwaeea) Help : CONNECTIONS----- -" > '
s'' l; ue;:that we may ba sweet.. Guide DM, Corresponding] rates front otber To' t ;

sa 'il\ that we may be glad." points'See in Atlantic the state.CoastLine agents, or i !The < .East ,Ov6rj| Jts :own:: ratia\ (to .SavannahCharleston A Nice, l'iew'Lot S :

f\1 May we be piitrttabi&io thoughtand I' write for Pullman reservations and full ; iUchmond and Wash.1. .--.. .,

generous in deed, 'wbit4!-eouted information, to Frank C. Boylston,,'District tngrton,Jthenco.Yla: Pennsylvania Ry. ? S OF ,5':ARDOUR'S .STAR 'HAMS.i S "
[/If f nod helpful. Passenger, Agent,Jacksonalle" Fla.' -r- r' ':i4'11 I l' 'j!

a' j The Raillest ', ; : NdHhrille ', Just unpacked. They are nice I Clean canvassed fresh from the ,. '
May we straightforward and uo Notice meeting. The LonlYllle & I via MOl tg mer.r. "
4 h t' cure and free from mould, and we recommend them to the most .
fraid.I Notice is hereby given. ihai there will The Mobile & Ohio,_llontgojiiery' *r'T?' 'f< .'

1 Help U8 to love and laugh and give be a special J'meeting of Evening Star '.. ( -. ,. particular. .house keeper.
I Lodge No 46, K. of P., on. next', Wed- To.J Via Savannah I { We dot slice: barns, but where a whole bam Is'too much for a .
i tie we loved and laughed and in ( Ocean Steamship Company, for New
I nenday' evening, October '4lh; at 7:30.Buaineas'of : The East t York, Philadelphia, Boston. small_ family we will cut them.to bait. .' ..
childhood. And 'so lead us that we Importance: and a full attend Via Norfolk--Steamer to New York, Washington and Halt-! ,

may be mean! to none of thy children.. ance is urged. R. H. .Macy, C. C. more. Star llama are a trifle, higher in price, but _they are: of the
T. K. of R & 9. ; Via Savannah and Merchants & MlneraTraueportatiun Company flavor.L. .
J. Campbell via I steamshipM'( most d'oliclolJsQllalltlnnd
for ,
Baltimore nd {
a Keep us in the ways of temperance ,'.' Philadelphia. .
-in our working, our' resting, our For SaleRed
I via Peninsular & Occidental ,. 'pwesT ;GROCERIES
I speech., Help us that we may take Spanish; Pineapple Slips-4,000 or and "
fine I N. B.I, Get our .new price on Hay, Oraln and Feed.
year, 2,00oaec-
: the time to do the tbinga that we HAVANA steamahipCompanSOMETHING

;s" ond year and some suckers. tylt will pay you. to purchase.our CouponBooks.Clematis .
+ ought to do and that we may not doE .
I .i tf II. S. Pennock, Neptune Fla. NEW '.
i I
I, the things we ought not to do. Three Good Just *. Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13.000, inldee of among, tae printipe: I .

Forgive and railroads in the Southern States, are on sale by the' principal , .. '. ,
'" us our waywardness There are three reasons why mother Through Pullman Sleeper. Port Tampa: to New;York, via Atlantic Coast Line.

{ for etfulneea and the deceit that la prefer One Minute Cough Cure: First, It Frank C. B Commercial ,Agent, .\V-: D,Stark Traveling Passenger
in us and lend in Into the serene and is absolutely harmless; 8I'coad.lt taste Agent, 138 teat Bay street Astor Building, Jacksonville Fla. H. M. Emerson "t"'Jrlt''r1'r'r" '''' '' ]' "r''tr''''' r''r''f "r"'t"r'1l1tt"f'tt'Y"ffrr'Tne ' ;
; ,Traffic Mana Wi / ,
er General
1 good-children love it; third, it cures :, Passenger Agent Wilmington N C.

LI) wed ways of peace. I and when '--- :) '
coughs,croup whooping cough fees el P'h

I I May that which is good in us be I Ima.'e otber remedies fail. Sold by A. G.Riegel i NOTICE FOR' PUBLICATION == J \ a'rmy _
strooger'and that which te bad __ Everybody's l Column '

'Ava. .
i 1. us made weaker. I : De"nl.nont" Ilf the Intorliii'. I. andNarclssus, :,
NOTICE Land Ortleu ul Uuinuavilio, Flu... Sept 111,11861Nottco }( .' M,.. == .
I. :t. A': foaming glass bf'soda would _
And iW
from and
save us pessimism MONEY TO LOAN.
r' I settler hug hereby filed! notice gl von thill the following)jiunuxl I. ", ._. ___ ::... y.PgS.; 'I) r taste good now, wouldn't fits WellS ;;
of hi
spitefulness and narrowness andh To nil\ whom it may concert t in Intention to make :::: come and gel It.- U U )here,,waiting =2*
proof support of Ills olniinnd HAVE
ISt"o Notice IN hereby given that tlm undowIgealw (Hat mid proof ,IF YOU PROPERTY THAT IE: 0b4 for you all the time) la tbere.any =3
of judgment. ill on Monday the ItHh day of October' A. U11W5 will be made ""IoroV I Mulculf, V 8 CommUulimur ; you want to improve and need money kind dote oq ?, It is here: And US':::
i I apply to Ilm Excellency,; Xupoluou Jtlirow* at Went Puhn Beu ll, n....,on OcUIO.IHOft to do it with apply to Oeoj G. Crone I you
Look with = there are number of =3l
tenderness those for quite a new
upon .rdGo'ulmorofFlorida patent on via: Edward Edwarda, of Neptune., Flit' lid ,Weat Palm Ika L. '
xxxnt charter hereto annexed
tho Savoraandcoinbinationitbatarefit{ ZSt: :
pro 'S
V I we love Bud divide. we pray, our hap- Dated" thin JUth dug of I fceptc.nber M GKUitKit' A. I>. llHifi. SH61S. for the lots S,and >8> arson 20.1 Ip 40 ",,,.rMe All' -E 1 I 1 lor angels Yon know of course: ZZ
persona wishing real loans.
with them. K M B1E1.SF'URD; =: how we sere our soda ;_ io good, Sj
piuess Ha
II name the following ilnqwcn to hU should write
H ,
provo or call
W HKIMU ; upon the Realty ::: generous !Klrsses. Plenty of flavqr- :3

I i' May we forget: those who bate us C; HOOD aid continuous land, vU robliloiiuo: upon! mid unlUviition of Mortgage Fla;, Company, West Palm Beach == Sw \log and soda.. Not any mote froth ;US:;;
CHARTER 'ms-rawtf :::;: than Come ;;;;;5-
r and cherish those who love ua and,G Tho uodc,' 'nod pertmnH, M E Grulwi', E M J P Icier' at Xoptunu' Flu' -, -. ., .., Come we 'can help.' today."
Brelttford W Ilkim unit 11 C; HIM ML, hereby aatn>. 'KM W Hill .. E r every day. S5
y Lord, we pray thee; ilate thenittclvett together! fur the purpowcif .be John l> KilwunU, .. Leave your orders at The Tropical == Headquarters for H3
con IngtucurJx.ratalunder thelauaof I the Ktutt Sun office for all kinds of engraved
Make us very kind. of Florida. The following IM the proponed charter IlorwrtYoung and monogram stationery and visiting 5, tULASKI CREAM: 3O
of Ih..IIII."I..d cov|torn lion: W O KOIUJfSON.: ItVKlHUif. S 5- s

I.uke((1)) The Worth name Dredging of tho corporation and .* ..hll"The.. \ .>iiCoiiiCany" : .< cards. : 1111111111111111111lIIIU. 1 IU11/11111111'. '/ 111111/UIU1111111UIIIIJUIQIIC' ./ ( '

An interesting plan for the'solu : : WtiHt end Palm flu priiiuipttl lieiiuh: ,ponce Dada I : of county'.l'lorldn bUHinum: : shall:: NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.1Departinant ; ; For Rent. .

with to OHtahlwh olllcctn and flKuncica in ., s7r
i I.. tion ol the problem of prison labor other 1'1 WVH within mid wiUiuut thu bin to oi Twelve-room house, all modern con 1 0 01t01101 OROkoItORoetpRCR01t01tOR ia0i10i10710i10i10i10710t10i1QilO q
r' '1 was suggested; recently by Rev ((2)) The Rent-ral nature of bra bun in eta to bo nf the Interior r venlences, either furnished or tutor .11 t *
ti'uittfAeted IB the dredging of cnnuU or other Land Oil Ice at Uumcsvillo/ Flu.. .80lt| 18,IMS.( nished; Clematis{ Heights. Apply C. W. O
i i George DWight, New Jersey's etatcommireloner e ","W"WItYM the HKK>nKtditcUiiK.dikin: (l ''nIHK Notice lit hereby given that the following oo
11 Hi n tc in of luiuU; the building of unit ;1 nuined. "settler linn filed notice of his Intention to Schmid city. aa tf o G., G. Strohra Company
of charities nod cor tow iMiring of e'lIa and exoHViiting in all ItibraitchtMi v *
tlm budding, buyIng.wIllug l0axlug make goal proof In mipport of fall claim! and o .
: I : :
rection. Mr. Wight) said: "I woe II orothurwUu I acquiringCM :: : and :daswing; ) : : ;- dndg.: : Hint said proof wilt be mode before W.1.MotnOT Everything In the printing line at X I
lx ut.nv any aiHietttof' water cran or of o
any V
P and all machinery, toulu or timtoriaU, mime ; C'oniinlmlniiof at We.t Palm Ilunch, The Tropical Sun,, and all work
I that when a man of family is i in OK executed *
I 1 pronurty, mil and ficrtuinal, that,. may from Huioto t'liu, on tet. 80, nxiB, via I Judgu B. J.lor. of FAMILY GReERIES
prison the work that lie does in ao'' tuiio IMI rciimtiLin| the profwr, cnrryiug" \ on of Neptune, Flu" lid 2H, 27 fur the lot 1 nnd wj< of in the very 'neatest and latest ote o
: '
p' the butitncKMi utHive nieiitltniutl; the buying. No}; ot nee :sa:, tu.4Ui, l-41o. style of the art. o j
j institution. for the Mulling, tilling in, cllltlv..LIDlea.illK/ or other.w'inenaqui lie the ...... II ITo .
R' might go support ) 'ug.dapuauguforlmprosingofrenl| : names following w.Itn to prove Ida o '
W oHtate. vUher for the "" ,'pm'II..on. of for iirivntoindtvittniilu condniiouK renidmtce' upon mid, cultivation of V Fancy Food Products '
of bis' family. Commenting upon) who may itcvd thoc*>rpori tion'liiti'- ...Idl land, via: ., Fine line of latest style visiting o o
vice.. 'Cnt'I'aLion, hull have the tn..th..r cards II
and latest
this statement, Public Opinion says: power of.ellmgmurtgagIugo'otberwiaeplulgi |; | Edward Edwards Neptune, KlaKMW.JIIH In letters at The 0. .
uiK nr diHpottiiiK' ) of any, of Ito real. or iicji-Hunul.. ,. .. .. Tropical. .Sun. Call and see a mple-. .. o
i '; "The: suggestion, which, if not absolutely far the.security, .of any debt owed by theeurpnrutun John I) Kdwanls, ** .. '. J o Grain and Provisions. o
; .I.> the borrowing of money the ..
ia Iaeumgoflxmda and! HucnrtiiK the paymviibcilmime llurlwi Young o
j new, new to the majority ofJt' [ o
in any nmnnuf allowed by law to mutualpUl'HOlIrt w "
I, those who will rend of it, is receiving (8)) The amount of the ..npUnl stuck .shall beIhirty l DO YOU GEO.- HASLEHURST & SON r JEFFERSON BLOCK o
tlioiirtand dollari, (":U>,OIM>) divided Intoth..oe WANT TO EARN Jtoo in o '
j, much favorable comment. Truly hundred ((800)) Hbarea the par' v id. no (if the next thirty days? If o
one hundred dollnle, ((4100'< ) aoh.. The capital so drop us a .x II
r:= the plan! would do away with many Htock of the corporation Hliall be p"hlln mash card for particulars. The fastest selling West Palm Beach, Florida. o .
j'nt, All tttock to be inanml by the corporntion in to Contractors and BuildersP. o \
/ 'difficulties. It would bring the va' IHJ fully paul, and nun uaxoxxubloI'lhooorprrxtlnn bibles and subscription books on the I-t9oa 0' ,
( ) Hliall suet foratormoftwuntv market. "Setmons By The Devil ," ,rYol.otl ok o+ooooo>toatotolectiolroloisol.oAoltolsovo> r.
1 the totrotr
.': Uti of prison work up to the marketvalue1 ((20): >utirn.H ,
( ) The buHinertrt of the coipnratlon shall beconducted new war book, "Russia and Japan/' and O. BOX Sot

"i ; thus the labor unions would and Gmlerol: by n Alana I'rcajiduiit>cer I and,Heoii'tary;inch, i:;other,..TrtfiiMtn-er odlcei-: many other Our agents are coining "

no longer have reasonto dreud and puini4jd.nuontd. an. may Any(nun two. tune of..to let time olllctJti' "be Jiiay oiectcdor he monty. We pay big commission and 'B aciwell & Moore '

if : held by',ouperam. Almnrdofd11wvuwsLuthenuudur glvcgredit. Taa EIUS-MARTIN Co. ,.4
+,- \ f'- 'cheap prison competition. It would of four shall he elected at the unmmlineeiinx Dept U. Jackson, Teno. FOWLER EROS & KING S
of tlm BttMikhotdera which sloth \x> bvldnt at '
i give the convict ft sense of moral 1 the. principal" place of hiiHiiietui on tlm ili-Mt Have Bought the /
>l on tiny of January' rnch year. The Prual.i ;
p, m, "' responsibility. It would reliethl!I dirntMecriitary: nnd TIBIWIII-MI-. and; Ui'iu-iul:, i For Sale at a Bargain. MACHINE' SHOP ;
MniiHgur Hhall be elected" lIt the antiuut "meeting MODEL, PHARMACY ; :
j state of the rare of convicts' families of tuu dirveiorfl. to lie hold on the Hint Mondavf One almost new, 7 drawer, drop bead, OA8 ENGINE,REPAIRS A SPECIALTY .
I' I. January: each year; iiiiinedmtvly:: : of.ter :: ;- oak Sewing Machine, in Srst-cUsa ALL ?"
t To to work this out will be the MUwknoldcrH meeting altove ineiktionutl. working KINDBofLAHE'and8HAPERWORGAS K ). ,
r :; ; try plan The nltme' of the otlicura and directum. who : condition. A regular Iso machine. anti have consolidate the two stocks. :
: ate to conduct the IIIIHIIIUHM, of the '
s I i 'well worth while." until 11....." eleeted, 1 at the Hrnd election corHtration|hall bouiialillmi Will go for |is to first applicant Address ENGINE SUPPLIES will be .tcc ,,
They pleased to have all of the v '
IU am, !M K;.Urubor.preHitlent. : KM: Bitjla.ford box SALE customers of the two firms call upon r
West Palm FOR
and treiwnrer1. ann W 432. Beach.Don't "
secivtary lloimKwn thetu
it ernl and M K Uruhur, K M :: At their new stand! in the ;: ..
innu r llrelHlortl I
i a e4A{ Florida is nearer' clear I of political W Hunn and II; C' heel|, dlrertur I *. Fho nnmuuofHliaromintMcrllH'dhr : ,: Near Ferry Landing, Xake Front, Y

.i' ecuodal today than it has been i in't' I follow/ : JlI.; tirnlwr' eaoli forty 11I..rpO."l.(( .) '. ,,...' K.Is n M. Hatcbett fall-D.Cemara to read our Hardware ad. on fruit Co jars. I I I WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Jefferson Block West Palm Beach .

: Hrclsford! .., folly, ((4". ) slum's! : :t, ((4(1I (
and Gov. Brow .. u "'
111 : ,; years, to Napoleon III"'\"". U SIOIXI 1,11V II> gllunr unoa.ry, IS -Y'
> flood thytr"nine:10)nhures.a \ (: ) ------ .
'j' share of the credit it ( The amount. of Indebtodiiasa. -
:: / 1' and a good due ) highest or 11.nhility I wish;, to Inform poraon within .n.
to W inch the uori orati : ;"I We have in the noble gentleman u inn time(Sil.uuo Hiilijert).itsolf shall "be llftiven" th.nsnmhdOt- \m hero tor .. Tour 'lIlm M-atcliooluek Bench,that. and I > h c h ro t. .

In H-itn,,M. whereof. M B Gruher and W Helm. Jewelry-to Hi yon eves with retalei or :;
,t \ : i1\!\ noble chief and one who (is serving who reside. at West Palm Uiinc-h., Uaileeniintv oyenluiwo"" and to elf you: anything you Ii ,
want line.
f1',,', Klorlilit.. and K !.M Hri-lsfonl. and II <: lltHxl who; may visitor," but my, am.not a winter. ,
the interests of the common class, raslda at Piths. Wreck' l>adu eountr, Flurldnhave party In a Ultd.lJo.'M'n..nt, resident, a 1'.... f
" : i : : and perfectly'
ro- :
heieunto set tlieirhniidHaild tttnum hue 111thduy .ible ..
ion for
| busneoa ..
l_u :,( ;c -. majorityof whose votes elected. of Mi'ptember A IL l KKi5.M &to IraiMiun. with any.ma. Watehea you and/owelry have :/ ,

; \t\ him> lie la doing just what be prom K; KUKCBER HII.'UItU: ;' )f..nlM /[]11881J 1 1 1WMIIICIM In need mini.'ut ureaprc"ro>|>HlrlnC..| I may will Ixxunt.ommlne by .lxxl.",,11'0.,1O..t .Uird .- : [ .

r -t'r Vi1 'F., iced us be would do and tli is is saying I 111; hoot final[ !] KtiHfHiitory, Clift' by,return You coil n.allIf eider. the U..\mica, i I. nut '" '
gale r.> ,'
; State of Florida, County of l>iule.Jtefore 'iirnwl. ',wlthont ehmK. tin IiESr ACCOUNT C-t
Ihxv.hud' .
than we could t truthfullysay me 'personally aiitMaruil) !Af K': Gruher> 'wou- __ Stbet
more ty year with +
f K: M llrelsfoi'd. ., W Ill-nil and II I,' Hood, exjKirioneo M>III'0 of the heat ) 1.
ouch of read
; 1 h.iniHt. In New York one: llaltmu.r |,, .f you ever or fOur will mil J Ma. bank P
*-* account. And
,. number of his whom is well known to uie and Uelnir "'orltlIeko..ledI8d 'usiw bend Watchnluker the longer/
10' ';, Of a goodly pre. | thu'II.-y sijfmid' their muni's toeharter Urnunleaf; ,t Cnwhy to..rnokwntitle.and Uptlchm for tte account the more interesting It U. Why not 6t rt>uch '. '
ao Hccohnt r
the tottin thereinex'lr. for 'i:
I;r"1 J 4r, decessors.Orlando, Star. Mregnmg.. ud. purposes once T11Ioe that a"lIe unIant.nd onpht: ., W 1,0.xraient: wear! poor.elfThe" toethod simple and All 'Md;
My. baY \
my business you "to do i ,
I .. In wltnt'M whereof, I hare hpreuntn set my on f 8, to brln-
Illta..nteo .
.lttl.fltott..la evol'-y ,.. few dollars ;
a to ;
( /1 laud and salsa "i m.nl..I'"t iiHiil at WimtPalmlivich earn.E. .r ::; !1
i Florida, tin. lutli day or t> A UllulV.r'itfV rat, '"
'I ii, i. Still at the old standw*Send Mi your : '. UKOULUIIKIK.: : ) A. WALKER.. EXPERT WATCHflAKER-AND The Dade.. unty State"Bank Vest palm Beech '
OPTICIAN Pldrida f,
a .
: ..., ...
'l'Notar"ct'nlJll State of Flcirlilu at I-nrne. ,. I ;
1>, J..uadryJ'S'tlara; ; ll u I guaranteed at. Jfy contmlBslon expire January tftli* 1UHI. Itn't\.rc..u'J"H.! le r1oY a fir rate.:: r inl1s I concerned ,.. t'f
i' Strahan'a Steam ", '' Ueo.U. for Jefferson! Block West lll1 You will have
,It'.I' I LaundryJ Attorney IniHirporntoiift.: .,_** Beach kf'U"be!' first step tn' what prJ'9he .ta-. y' f .
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lv THE TBOttCAt SUN WlT!{ PAtM BEACH,, J FLGfIDA! 'W t Kt/tfftBlUY OCTOBhtt: 4> 11)(1)( $ J.AG 'tunt 1 ;s
J'.. .._ I Y ...._.. _._ ,
'-- '- '" ----- ., .-. .. .. .... _. -, -
-- '''' -" --- '--'--"-"--- --- --'--- -
?-- '" the urn of curiosity.: nerelentM cut -

flclently to permit a glance over bit f'. ,,
*Jfe Maiden and fchoufclcr.: They were
\Uisappoariug at'o\md' a'tW' N' in I j.. ', i .! 1 iJ1 ify,
4he.boaek.Ue*of ter. :
: : xllalu.hmtUug? t'
.. ."' .
'l'1 liey'tulued'aiiiwelted':

A < Gallant I "Mayn't I come. tog r' be $
: : ., .... humbly pleade4.i J. McGINLEY i : I

' Bjr L qI'? \.). VANCE "It you/11) be Nice"r, etl ulated. .. .' .. HoseLadies' .. $ a

\ U "And he call be best man" said Dor S !ji
(. C"Mrlih i ./ i.M<",...* C. Fence tootatlvely.' +.. a

"Come," cried Darby generously; Plain Cotton Iloee, IQejaoJ Id ,
l" tt. RICHARD DOIHIANCE: "that's some consolation! ;But Dick, the
t uledlttyety rolling ,. Beau On Hunt?" Funeral Director ; Ladle Plain| Mara! Yarn Cotton Hose, 25o ,;
a cigarette r
'' ltiJM I ;*, cant about blot an approving "l'lotl' ''"r the Beau," said Dorrance Lndi
'glance. warmly: lie looked out to sea. The I i' : {. '

y ?\fk''i'fed 'country,* be drawled to no- yacht: was beating steadily: up againstthe ..; ), Ladies' :Dr/psdt'b/ ( Lisle {lose, 40c up
\It ,b : 'hi parttcular" though'Tom,Darby breeze. '"It Ddrlck. can take care "t,1, ', ". w,5 *i FI..h 'f ," y !
ttida'Et 1IaM tqtiear. 'Oraage.unahlUa of her all right. :TIsn't everyday a fellow Child reD'" Cotton I1uae all eixottprice! lOc end i 15)

,; ollrthe'yetlo,r. Bands magenta: shadows, gets married." and -\ ..... Children's Three Thread> Lisle Hose, 25o -
:70, indeed Tom Darbyassented C-
ulttaluarhiaeea'luxnriant' fot ;
.;, ; -bMgeto .
,., bear"all''Mention.:' Till beats tossing heartily and"fonowed.' them., 'At least ( 1
1i be. could see Dorrance through even r'Y' .. ,
around ,
on board a yacht, anyway), ,' j "" .
should h., fair to him from .
keep egregious .
Tblnk'l'U marry ., .
a native and aettla "I /> \ i, '
r down to dream"out my'daya In peace." folly. And he himself was falling E'm'b 'o'l'ne r;: : .
Into the mad humor of the proceeding."Rutbj" : .
i ., : ,
IPe# lit lh clgaette and copped over ; .
i. : Dorrance' began over bis !J. '''ft '"' ''' : 'l '
"rrr, ou his "bacli,, flourishing, heavenward : I .s .14"t' "
I< shoulder
his! ,"'length .n r'
.. '
'Wbo" : ., .. ,. ,
-t, ..clad! le8f.:, Tom Dabr '
"" ,:, Hose
t tide resuJtanf display'i of"" "1vJI)[d' oalereyent "My"Obr"fiancee;. air! .. ;3t: ". ,

and growled -Darbivrea'IAr.e' } n -, 'Introduce me," she said demurely.: Lady aeaistnot. 4 : .... ,) .
e : 1 '''
ful moods ..,rye"hat1'beeb'; moat eomty i ,"Ruth this Is chum Mr. Tom i "
aboard Dorranctira 'private yadithe my Both licenspd! by the St.ito I o embalmand
Darby"f ... otters
'" t
Beau GallAnb ;ah
?: ,,son tfcerefromVwr why be
steaming shallows the end that they '.Again Darby beNed.'tlils: time over, a I. Ftister'aPlahFCottonE1aetic I : ,--extraetroog,7t c aFoeier'a

S,' might me-eI1.Jol'git"fut'.: : ;, ;: edge'of'the ;and white ,confection of a band.:: Frilled! f silk: EloetIeltatin pad, ft '
** pink .
tA'I beach. Mbreov' ,'was'atblrst" 1 .. '..../. ,, -.. )/.I.l t.:

.A"Tberp's, not 1 '*,,..drink (n:,.,Ight" he r. Fo. ter'L4. Plain Silk 'Emetic. extra' strong,1. '. satin

\, breeze. Thli .ia plainly,the jumping off 'I.;. N
Military 'Hose: Supporter!!', cotton Elastic, satin! g,
place. Aud we'll' be taught! In.th .,.
,r deuce of a tbundel'1ltorM.If t'tn'not' rils-' : 'pad, 35 centsLKDIES' <, -

li'S taken." I tlifS
t,r Dlaappolvted;: yot"| !neap," t Darby looked up sharply Dorrence'utone

r"B Idei.) Darby went, on. defiantly.! J' was strange :lie found, him smith

"; l Ignoring the'correction,. "who'd have* 'T I ijr ,i. y lug ratite grimly an odd.,truculent ex-
yon.' I'd Jlke to known"Tbafa 0. pre lOl1 which was at variance with

Immaterial. I'll t1nd soma 1U his usual placid contentment. t

one." lie raised btsvolad: f and chanted "Hello! Darby was alarmed. "What'a'

"Young geptjernan} ,""rl.h and., of distinguished : kt up," < .B1RANNIN5G BRQS.

appearpace, dealrea.K"'tl if,.,"'Abject "Got nerves, Tom?" ; :

;, ,.matrimony. No!' trlflers//'. ;.. Not'aerve. All lost {tin Adipose ,
'* 'and refrained, his disgusted tissue". Ha promptly balled himselfby
Darby granted 4 J
cout fup1atJoft' .of. 'Uorrance'a i I, eh uls discomposure and repeated : (OUCFICCERS) ; ; ; S

socks.:; SU'waa' about to make,an''un-, a// yip anxiously, "What's up?" t # ', J _
"pleaaant remark"'when both became "I want your assistance. It's just

aware of tie pre ence of a third perMan this old I fellow, the uncle of 'this
:' 11: .anger'I. I -

'. ;JIow ehe'ever got there 'quietly ""Meaning .your betrothed?" Darby ,. __
I grinned/ hollow fashion
but she In .
iw Darby could never understand, r
atood before"then! trim: :,and, neat\ find "Ju t. the, same and seriously." 'PROFESS/ONAL' :CARDS. 'I

''L ,most deal able In a chic muslin, frock Darhy experienced this a flash explain of comprehension whyDorrentewae -- Florida East Coast Railway ?
; might : '
'and a canary colored. bat.of some sort, momentously solemn. ., LAW. 1
'with ribbons her so .
perched saucily-atop:
curly1'brown ha In ,Brown' ey.allhe: :' ''"Man you"don't actually intend to r\ o. CHILLINGWOUTII -'
Y commit matrimony Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected Sept. 7 -t90;: '
had, too.H, na ,
lurking in their, Cepthn.'and rosy ,"But I do and ,I may ,before ,,morn-. ATTORNEY AND CJuN8( lLOR
with the sbadow of
lips mlrttTlnjthelrcorner ;
: Went Palm Beach Fla.
"Lord! said Darby helplessly. .. -
*,. ''Darby! bellevefl that "her nose t
"No joking matter, Tom This uncle, No. 911 No. 89 a [No. '8'No.' esDally
'l la'tip tilted Juat -the least bit bU ,be n KO. O p'CUlt1t1L'Attorney STATIONS
I can make Daffy Dally VaJlyJarknonTllle
Henry Wharton, as near aa
will neverdart It. 'jLt rate ,
pY : any "'. '
she to be adored with out, is a thorough paced scoundrel. and Counaellor-at-Law I 00 p; 9 '0 a LTV ......."...... ................. Ar 7 00 p 'i'ii'r to a "
was entirely The. villain of this drammer? 807 p 48 a" .._....4!o. JacksonTllto....."._. J..1' I 61 P S 41 a
the sun ,Altering down through the"Ieavell WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA e 16 p 10 68 a ?......._,...'. AiiKiistina_..."...... 6 80 p ''7 40 a
and her,with little blurs 'Til pnar7yiroik" G'wani""Listen e 68 pIH9JP 11 81 a ..........._.....HantlnKB,....?..?.....?.. 4 691) e 49 a
dotting to .me, you Infernal IdlottRutb" TT 1'. UtANNl_ G. 11 60 a ............... tart PalatMa............ 4 84 p 6 ax a t
of light. Decidedly. if Dick dId-which of course 11. OOOs 1 p 12 II p Ar ..................,,Palatka....._.???... L" 4 10 p'-OO a CO'
Dorrrince was on his feet In aa' Instant was monlltro'IJlf' actually should and Cou s6I1o.r 6 4.1 pi4il 11 11 LT ... Palatka" M ................. Ar 6 00 P 66.a C
!'and fM.I''''may*' believe (that Torn: Win her, be trap open to congratulation.Ruth"i Darby waggled his bead hopelessly. Attorney. & 0 1 00 pAr ?.............,?8..n Ma..o?...._....._ I.v 1 10 p-:::: :: : I
Dorrance fixed him with a stern glare. (Office o.e' Bank.1 ti ''C. 8 OOaLT ................San Mateo.............,.... Ar I" pT67"p 7 60 atf,4 VTw
r Darby; was not !far' behind him, ;Tbe- Y; ld Dorrauce, "Is taking us "Ruth" he repeated with determination WEST PALM BEACH. FLA 1381 p )I.t ".._.....?....... /11"/ .?..._......_. L" 6t/ 't"+
two 'atood llko 'Idiota, gaping her.aa to. her ancestral home;, We are to meet; "' of property-... J- 1 B 08 p IS 47 p ?......_.......Bunnells MM............" .. 8"{ p 68< a '

'- if she had dropped from heaven. And her }paternal .uncle,' Heury.-Whur-. this,and 111 heiress more. to She's a peck on orphan, ,and GEO. M., nOD DINS, OsOv 8 41 lOpS p 11 1 M 85 p p :-' ::::;:::::....?i.Ornfionil ii,THuprtMt.::.rlju...?.n...::::: :: 887 8 10 p p 8 4 ae 69 a a -0

she might have that,, bat ,the:; dancing. jton.-thla evening. At present be.la not her She S 83 p 1 80\ p ,. ?.................Dayt'.na.........."..._. .. SOOp 4 47 .fD.
? home." ', old Wharton is guardian. ''and CounsetoratLaw.Will ; \\I O4, p 1 61 P II ......_..?.Port Orange....._...... a 60 p 4 38. t h?
eyes were against the'UitJoryi..;: \\ at : when: she'seighteen Attorney V ..... ....... .,
A want cornea Into possession ) 9 as I.O 2 is p Ar ... .New Sm7rn......... ....... a BO p 4 IS a ?
She glanced from the one to the oth- "Naturally she her ta.mlly'tolDapect and she will be that tornon practice'In'SUt* and Federal Court, 9r i / Ar ,....?".........Lake. B.. ..n...........,".?. 1.1' 1345 p 10 p684p ..., ;
er, ,apparently enjoying the situation her choice. I promise to makeno "' TITUSVILLEFLA. 10 89 a 8 68 p ,..._...... Orange city......,........? lass p .
'when' revelations to character I'll row, 1 1045 aDally 00 p ...._..Orange City Junction........ 12 80 p 5 45 p n
immensely,, She fairly laughed as your ; :::
.. .. : "A woman's age" 86 96! Lv.." ..........,.]oI..w Sm7rn.......?.."..... L" 70 p { as
f at last she paid:. : maintain .a most discreet""And l -*. '"Be quiet. If she marries before MEDICAL AND SURGICAL 1o 1000 P 2 61 P ....._.?.?...0"11: HIII...._......_. 16' P 319. ..
hS 1 i'.("Good{ ev uTuc.;'gentlemen..' damning.silence.' I, prefer thatLyon 10< 311 I' a 80 p Ar ... ...?......... 1'it".lIIe .................. 1 111 P 0 00. w Y Sit
'Both "stammered Incoherent responses talk." -,1. that nine-tenths, of her Inheritance reverts TT V. M. D, 9 i bo a... ....... r......... S..otord _...............? I.v loot) 00 4
b4 Ruth. to her guardian." 11 1I0.OD. ............ 10 00 a Lv ,.....,............. 8anlor(1 .................... Ar ....?.... 9 00.a 0
'S and then the young lady calm "It H not far now, said Here Darby grew befuddled. PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON iop\ 10 p Lv ...,......-Tltnev111e, "..._....".... 1.1'"TTi p W ::J
ly pointed at Dorrance with the tip '"The 'walk has made. me thirsty,' tn It 18 P 011 P "............. .0000& ...?..."._ .. III I. J. 9 19 a 1
w other Darby complained. r .I. "Then why In .heaven's name does Office over Potter' bicycle store. WEST ... It n p A. J3 p .. ...._...._?.Rockledge.,._...._. 12 aO P "Ie.
dainty parasol."I'll she want you?" PALM BEACH. Residence near Royal II IS P 46 P ..__.........Eatl Osllle.. _...?..._. 11 18 a 1" a .. t
aakl she Sbe "It bus accomplished the Inevitable 3 II __......... .. 1116 184 7
N : marry you might -, Polnclana Hotel FALMO5EACU. 131II : U 05. 64 P -Melbourne.- a a ...
have been asking him to tea* ,"' Dorrance remarked IOftll)'. "I don't know that she does except 13 11" II 31 ....._..........II..b.rrtl.o: .............?.. .. n 0)4, a 13 61 abQ -
< as an alternative. This amiable uncle : 1 a9 a II 29 P .........."._..56t. 1.1101..............._. .i 1012 a U 00. EfC
: But Dorrance wee ever' more ready 'They had struck inland from the JU. OrTJtt"lU.D., e { .Port Pleroe- 10 t 6
than Darby and lucky. It la but fair beach passing through a sparse belt Is addled about money; wants to get I I : : 4 : c :: ::::::::::::.. Tibbale .::::::::-::::::: ..:: S 8o : H : p pa

to state that Tom was staggered but of pines and' slow' emerged upon a her married,, eventried oh to real force dayvil-her ttaaS, WENT!: PALM BEACH. KI.A." 2 9 :: : ; He :: :::::::::::::::..:.j enean.Eden..."::::..::::::::: ,:: : 26 21 : U 13 18 C K)

a .. Dorrancet narrow. strip of sandy,road. Opposite Into a match with a a DENTAL ) t 19. 428 P _."....._....... Stuart ........."...:.... '? 1111. 11 06 PQ
l lab sort of 'fellow, Fetter by name. 4) 8 08. 7 811 P ............" Hobe Bound ..........._.. S U a 1018 P
"I wee convinced of that when I laid them was a licheued stone wall surmounted to 821. SUp" ...._.......Weet JIIplt I.. "' he said bowing: '' 1 by broken glass and .boastinga Now Fetter won't' do, according R II. MACY SoCO 0' a Bbl P II ......_..Weet Palm lI..acb.?......... .. T '8" 9 '3 P
eyee on you, ,, Ruth. She doesn't: want him, or anybody ; 82. illS p" _._.......1I070&oD................ .. 7 20. litH p tic.: I
"Just so," she laughed. rickety, rusty; gate of Iron. The three '" DEMTISJ .. 4/2a 92p! _.................. Delr"7........?."...... .. ,7 10 a .9 O. P .
to this and entered fairly for Unit matter. o. a 31 a 10 tI1 p .._.. ...Pori Laud..rd.I. ......... 616 a B u p
his ?
And then Darby found tongue. 'plowed across '"Not even you?" Office In Jefferson Block, _I- 6 'II a 1080 P ................... Dante ..................... "Ilia soap \i
"Perhaps you've overlooked me." be ,spacious ,and well kept grounds. "Not II 88 a 10 4 2 P S"_...........Ball.od"I....?............ 6 6. a 1 6' P Oo lf
even me. WEST PALM BEACH!; FLORIDA :a I .. .. .............. II .
t' -Magnolias" and here 6 26 a II 0' P .._ ...... Lemon OltJ' P' a 7 tll P .
said timidly.; "Dorrance all very [- shrubbery grew "How do you know?" she queried E.5 6 06 1116 pAr ..................... Miami...........,........ 1.1' 523a 7 9o p k
.., well but 1 have.ray polnta." lie stuck and there and the orange trees were from the doorway, and DarbyIs LIUOV
out his chest, louting low and 'with a In blossom There' ,'Were' prim little positive that a prettier picture never Dentist Ex.San.. HOMESTEAD EXTENSION DI7S,J'

G ", ftourl b.,. beds of old fashioned flowers; aso"a rich S / Ban.a .
? than she'made framed lit Its ,

"They're well covered," paid 'Dor cast iron tag,'everelY' weather'beaten. was somber darkness. "Are we not en- Office First .door. wept Bunk of Dade. County State -00 a ,........ Lv ,...._...........Miami.................. Ar .-._....... -8 80 p
S ranee nastily. The tinkle of water from a hiddenfountain' JO 80 a ."........... Ar...?_.........Homeetea&.,.......,.*..... LT ........,.. 1 00 p
"Which aubnilt'to was grateful to Tom gdgedl" WEST PALM BEAC1U FLOUDA
you'nerebrespectfully( 'very "I hope so!** Dorrance cried'fervent 4
consideration' she asked. .Darby's ears. At the eud of a glade No.1
my r.ly. "I'll have you If you'll; let me, No. .3 No. No. 19 J.Uy No. AO No. 99Ban.
trifle late, Mr_ he caught glimpses of white Corinthian Sun. MAYPORT BRANCH NoUIy.
"Just so, but you're a though all the WOI'I< "- Dally: E: 3 suny. Daily
I think .ealdl Deri' columns evidently the facade of ,a Only Oal7 bun.
you "
exclaImed hastily, A. WILSON
"Ob, here, Darby L. ---- -
Dorrance asked first.Darby ." mission. Derby's'misgivings vanished! "I'm a modest man! Go on w.ltb the S 00 p 10 10 i S 00 p 8 20 a Lv .......Jacksonville.._... Ar 1 45P 13 30 p A 80 p .,...., .. eo
S S ..- ''i rotelted. .. ;"But he neverimagined" under the Influence of this peaceful a.llgllt" 1 08 P 10 18 9 0. p 8 "8. Ar ..._JacksnnTllle...,, Lv.. 7 87 a 19 21 p 8 !M p ..-.. .
( ..scenej: If Ruth were 'heir to such a plot I begin to see 1 40 p 10 M 6 40 p 8 65 a ......Pablo Beach...... T OS a 11 BO a s BO p.
-' > ")Yell, then," Ruth took up the threadof I MAMUFACTUUEK" a ts p 10 M 0 4S p \\I 04 a ?...A&I..o&1o. Bnnch...... 7 OO a 11 49 a 4 48 p ...... .
"Oh. but I did," Dorrance Interrupted stately property, then Dorrance-oh. narrative "as'a last resort ho persuaded loop 1110.. T 00 p 9 20 a ?-?..Mayport......... 8 44 a 11 80 a 4 80 p ...... .
unblushlnglji Tve !'expected this Dorrauce. ;was plainly favored( of the
; S- DIet< come down here from,.Atlanta :

'', ,, right along." gods-Meanwhile! thld'remaikable knowing that I could never es Boots and ShoesRf'pairlng PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAl STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
young cape. And I never thought. It's twenty -
severeS lady was setting a pace that was quite nearest vlllago eighteento L
.. Darby collapsed; uncomfortable for Darby who wad and miles the nearest to the railroad. I could, not in All Kinds of Leather Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S.Company For

;,{'. ed to accept defeat gracefully/ Is plump, let us say, and firmly op- walk it If I tried,. and CiIlslulkeeps! Goods Neatly, Done HAVANA AND KEY WEST.These
'! 'I "posed to exortlon at ,time, so that .
*'"Just, my,luck; b bv'moaned never any close; watch on ,,me. The horses uncle .
raised .-little doe and learned to be fell<, somewhat fn the rear and took with lilin wbeu'be left this. 'mornIng -
v love its soft brown eye but what "- thought It mightily discourteous( that saying that he would return tills Indian Tawed Buclsiifl Time Tablei show the tlmea at which trains may be expnctad to arrive at and depart
"Ob dry up" said Dorrance ungra- the two should converse In tones so that he meansto from the several tatlona, but, th tr arrival or departure at the tlmea Mated Is not guoranUKidnor
I positive therefrom
c evening. la this Company'to beneid responsible for any] defaysoraoyooneegnoueee arising
ciously1 enough. "'Bc ldel1,. yon have lljwrong. low"that be was able to hear never a bring back with him this. odious :Mr..

,1, ,., ." word. Nevertheless he persevered, Better and u cll.I'g'man.: "
S" Tom Darby sulked The maiden though with iiiui'h! puffing and was "Two and two," said DM by. : and Horsehide Shoes For Copy of the LOCAL TIME.CARD or Other Information}

14 eyed. Dorranca somewhat approvingly. presently rewarded with aa easy chair: "\lId-lIl111 1 know you thought me a "SEE !"
? '. lie returned her gaze with. admiring Interest upon a broad coolly ,shaded veranda bold creatuia,, this afternoon. but I W8ftdelll't'rll.te.
but ilia kept her countenance and left there, Dorrance,, and hla pre 'helph tlil. I could not think FOR TENDER PERT'
Oen'l) Pass. ST.
J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Agt., .
S 'S only those eyes would dance divinely. clove Ruth" entering the house engagedin wlllitta do; Von will help me, dear Mr. '

s .,. Neither spoke till she extended a tiny' the. .most earnest ,of i
y ,Lend with a firm pink palm. Darby felt horribly neglected and out 'she plumped'down on her, knees: ,before .

t4 "Come along" she .said, "since we of drawing tilt to his huge delight, an brl i'. CITY .'MEAT. MARKETT.

... ,tire to be married. aged negro appeared with a tray ant J

"Ever at your service" And he took glasses. lIe forgot his sorrows\; In the. (To b<* <*nntlnn"il Patnr.lsp.1 1 S. H. RICHMOND, Agent A, FEASTER, Proprietor.

k' the band. rattle of criukea.Jca, ..' .- '" flame and Eggs. ;,
:'J>> }'Iorlda. ad Western 51>Mts 1'oultry,
,;: "Squire of dames! Tom Darby snap From the open window came the UTICE.WoiioelahbrgbygtvetttheytibnUontpd. ,, "Y' Perrine Grant Land Company.
; murmur of voices steady, monotone AttentIon M. :
ped. r> i-Ll_., :: Mail Order. Receive Cartful
1' "Dut.foll are disagreeable"she laid suggestive of anything but love/a sweet ICtt -"'":: HEAK TATE" -
; ,
"' silence. That on earth did It all mean i> Block WEST PALM BEACH
wonderingly. day of .Tanmrrj,.\. D.:.JIHH1, apply to the lion..\, JefferbOn
+ sold anyway* Darby's glass was empty; CUTLER.
I k "Don't .mind him; Dorrance E. Ilnlw CometJudge: of.Mnl( County; ,Florida
{ ,soothingly ; "we cannot justly blameM he contemplated! It :mournfully and for 'a Ih.adlllQ".i41 l n* sdmiaietrabm. of the ._--_. of

him.." slowly stirred himself! ty rein.,It n. entitle. John Urnrr Roth, cli-CCmted.

j' They'moved off, band In hand. ,Dan realized that he was very hungry./ .,Dated! lliinl'UH, day'of JIII,.A.D. tiMiliA \ ) : i : i CURE

.. _.-by, remained ,,motiouleaa Jn.htgb. dudg:. Dorrance came out abruptly and seat "- JOHV WITKrPEK.Ail DYSPEPSIA
i S. '. 'eon. The affair was so distinctly prop etl himself on'th; railing r''the',veranda. nlnlstvatur i of the Estate of John Henry Roth

' : -< oterotid" and-c the ftrUwa. .,so* dls-r, *. .parbJ Ignored bl ; ) wait offend-: newnpetk DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT'fMEIYOObdti..qlt.in.IttMmnthslA.IMa.hbks.Ilshee0ida

S tlnctlyij,; : >recryi ni" near<*? Dorrance<, eil-to the 1ept'degrte..' .;Flnally, how
:5 r said Cure
laugh, and there was a familiar elan to ever; "Try"a ;julep Dfck, he ., Kudo1Dysppsia, v ,rasrASsai Bate Ara. tAsoaATosv .e ,/

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Short Stories I School Board Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS ..'
:'I: '\ WELLINGTON "", '. ....... ,. "!i.,1'','',.. ,.

about Florida Met Monday LEAVES COUNCILContinued "r,"'1J.G'ia,.,

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: The Dade County Board of Public Instructlon front puff 1. '" .Y { "
1 Mia Cora Torbett and Mr. Ate
Henry :-
Cown, both of Miami,will be married on : met la Miami Monday nance committee. The Looks wilt taow ;
Present E. \\. J. Parrlsb. W. M. Bur- E,
the nth lost be turned over to the collector. i'i ( I II
dine R. E. Hall, superintendent and *
I. W. Hotner, a Miami capitalist, will secretary. v CITY'S .FINANCES.: I i

build thirty collages aid Install a gas The superintendent reported having Chairman Slrkiu of tbe Buance(pomtnitlee '

lighting/ plant in the Magic City before made the following assignment In the submitted tbe following report r .

-1 B the opening of another tourist season. teaching force in tbe county : covering: the mouths of August amiBep- r.

t The Jacksonville labor unions have put Miss Anna Perry, principal of No. *. tember : /* A /

_ the local theater ou the unfair list because Miss Grace Pbelps, assistant of No a.Mlss"Lorena Collected for taxes "$69 65 t '//I P
at Gus Court costs and fines r67 So
,a non-union shop printed the pro Grier, principal

t4 grams. People continue tock to the vonia. From July account ,t g 00 .OF '4 ,, yT

wicked theater, however. Miss Grace Rader, principal Perrlne Received from collector .$242 JS : I
Petition of of School No, 6, In Doors Sash
t The buildings and property of the patrons Received from Mayor .7 6-: ,
South Florida Military Institute, at Bar- regard to the appointment of a supervl. Received from Wellington 4.. 50

-------. tow, will bill sold Oil October,'aist/ancl sor was granted P. II. Roper was ap -- Blinds, MouldingsAND .

1,1 scaled bids are now being l received bv pointed.Mr. $2.50 a? .
Parrish reported having closed Deposited in bank 349 75 ,
_ : the board of control. A. move is on foot \0-.
Y for citizens\ Bartow to bid in the prop contract ,with Frank Rowley for two Balance s BuildingMaterial '
,transportation: of pupils at ... ,
educational years
crty and use..it for !!= purpose. I Clerk J. L. Grier submitted Lla report
West Palm Beach Mr. Rcwley having
It is laid that the orange outlook in for the fiscal year just ended and the CHARLESTON, S. C.JaW Tri-Weekly Bailings Between
provided a sale and commodious launch
'+ Volusia county is very encouraging and same was ordered( published intyThe Largest Factory South.
: and he is to receive $75 per month for YORR
notwithstanding the cold of'last winter his services.! Tropical Sun In cotnpli'ancejwlth\ : tb.law. Send for Pl'lCeII. JACKSONVII/LE _

there will be two-thirds! of the usual ciojj Mr. Parrish also reported that by re I The report is as follows, and shows that Calling at Charleston, a.c,both.wsjs.

shipped this season. quest of superintendent he had closed 'the present city council, now retiring, is THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IK THIi COASTWISE SERVICE .

4 Over at Buck Key, near Fort Myera, \ the best the City of West Palm Beach '
with T. for Louisville & Nashville
contract trans
they are making a fine qualify( of jrllv I bas ever bad having accomplished more
children from School No. colored
porting 3 4
Direct Service Between
work and better ihowl
from the sea and a move is on inadegenerallya ,
and School No.1 colored for "" '
foot to form a to put up theN K-: \ PS.ELilroia.cL. Y
company ,_ POINTS.
month lor four months. -- -- '- :; :. AND ALL EASTERN ,
N extensive scale. Total collections and source of same : 'iol'
Jelly on an Warrants were drawn for Incidentals, ,' .( :,.. Cilllng Charleston both wsys.8EMIVrKKKI.V .
yeses on Heal Estate and Personal :X: II. ... d
ih4 Mr. K, B. Raulerson, the East Coast after which the board adjourtd to meet Property; ..... ................. ....88083 lit ', BAILINGS.From LewU' Wharf, Boston M '
butcher was in town yesterday and purchased on the second Tuesday in November. Court Coots and Fln.................. 10DO ?B Southbound .
Y Very Low' Rate. Round-Trip Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
from Achlas: Babe 275 head of Tbe new member of the board Mr.H. Occupational Llconno. 217U 60 .
beef cattle, zoo of them to be delivered Dog Tax.................... "*80: 00 \ ,
A. Pennock appeared in place of Ell! .
load Fund from Dade County....... ana si CLYDE ST. :JOHNS RIVER LINE
rte 6 next Tuesday and 175 of them ou the 1st Sims, resigned and will! probably have Street Farina. extra wlcltu..... ....... 146 10 Summer
4I\ of November. Mr Raulerson runs one received his commission in time to take Trash cOIl..euoo.\..i\..... ... ............ *-18 OO Between Jacksonville and 3anford.
c of the largest butchering ,businesses In his seat at the next regular meeting.; Sewer Connection:,.......... 4.,8 BO Stopping it Paiatka, Astor St. Francis, Bereslord (DeLand) and
It the slate.slaughtering: beeves a day illsiollaneous Collections.. .......... ...... .41 74 TOURIST TICKETS Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns Elver

and furnishing the East Coast from TI Pierce bicycle at Cum ugsClemetiaave. '280-1" :32 Steamer:'Citv of Jacksonville";

tusville to Palm Bench with fresh meat. .., opposite banli'Vest.Palm; Be.ach._ DI.burN'mente In excess of receipts S V01> B2' appointed to Mil .*follow*:-Leave J",," oDvllle.Sundays TutuKtnys and Thursdays 5.30: P m
(October ,10O5dueDado Co. State 4.Unnk .
KUsimmee Valley Gazette. ...u. ii-'BH 64 Returtlng leave 3.nford.Monday.Wednesdays and Sunday at 9.80 a. m._ r

i Willie of Lake has ...... .
Dickens Kerr. a Cheated Death. DelancetoCity'sCredltInhank ; 140 60 Southbound Schedule. Northbound
hea tlist will fence and crow On Bole dully to various point of the North Read down. Read op.
get on the Kidney trouble often ends fatally but Actually due tbo Bank' <>.1. 11)O3 slu'sTlmTotal end Went, limited to October 81 tto'return. :' ....*..S.sopm. ..... ......... ...... JACKSONVILLE. ." .... ........Arrive 1 oo am *r i ,
tti aa lustily as any tooster in the country, by choosing the right medicine E.. H. collections, from! /Oc). .I, 1904, to Including ClilroHo. Mllwankeo, .. 843 pm..... ...... ................ PALATKA.... .... Leave! oe pm
1 yet this tomboy of a biddy lays an eggevery Wolfe of Bear Grove, Iowa, cheated Oct. i; 1905 ; Minneapolis St. Paul, Denver 3 ooara ...w...... .. r-............".. ASTOR ..... ... ...... 8 jo pm 1;
't day. City Tax Prop:...;....... ...............*...B289: 71 Colorado Spring Pueblo.- 4 30 am...... .......... ...... ..... .Pf. FRANCI3 ........ .... ............. .. a oo pa
i5 for death. He says: Two.year* ago I had Street and Pai.k.. 81)0371) _. .... ..... ...... ..... B '.xS.ORD (DeLANDs.! .... ... I oopm
S The city assessor's books the year Kidney Trouble, which caused me great Fire Water and Light..... 88(13'' : 10 AMnS3oam........... ..... ..........._......&AN"Rn .................. ..... ...... '" '9 y>aia f
show St. AugustIne property to be:enhancing pain suffering and anxiety, but I took Bond and Sinking Fund. 1358: OSTotal account Extremely Lew: low In and iaree.lark to Portland Centennial, Oregon Kiponl- '. 10 01) am..i.k;.............................ENTERPRISE....... ...... ................... tO 00 am "
y in value. Last year the assessed Electric Bitters, which effected a complete .. 11280422" Ion; alHo to San Vrancifiro and Los Anjgelee.
Seneral.Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W. Bay St. Jacksonville
valuation, real and personal pr.lperty, ,
cure. I have also found them of Disbursed for same period: -

lt..+, was 1601086. This year it is $1,657,366, great benefit in general debility and CltyTaxProp................................$ 2741 20 Only line through Hleeprr l from : ...M. IltOMMONUEU, Jr., A..s'Den'IPuaagt122West\ Bay Jacksonville. Fla.,
Florida to (; W. b. COOPER Jr. Freight; An.. C, V, LOV ELI: Supt.,
Increase., of 156,180. This represents nerve trouble, and keep them constanty Streets and Parka .,,. 7S18 23'Ire :! I coot of Kogaa Street, Jaotfenville Florida
about one-third actual value. band since Water and Unlit .. 1822 BOBond A. C. HAttKttTy: Gwi'l Baat'n Pan*. Art. New Yolk. CLYDE MILVE.Gen'l Fr't Apt. H. Y
on as I find they have uo and Sinking Fund ......... ..... 638 70 line I operating' through MleeperM from VHKU;; I*. itOtR.. WDI. P. 4JLSUK) 5116r
Several"counties! of the state are htv- equal. All druggists: guarantees them -- Florida to 8%. Louts with Dining I Car Hervlce. 'General Manager ,. ,General Af entiIhcsebrouKh q ;
Biilldlnn 10 State Street Now vnrk
Total //loao O4WKLUNCTpN
log trouble in securing school teachers. at 50 cents.

Manatee and Lake counties are both shy' RESIGNS.For Through Tourist Sleepers to California

on teachers. Frightful Suffering Relieved. some time past Alderman Well. % /l

The census enumerator of Bartow has Sufiering frightfully; from the 'virulent ngton has wished to retire .from the Free Becllulng Chair Cam. $
completed his labors and finds the total poisons of undigested food C. G. Gray. council board but has been prevailed "

population to'be 2270. son, of Lula Miss., look Driving's New I upon to retain his seat. Last night, Fluent Dining Car Service In the South.jtAsk West Palm :

Up to 2 o'clock this afternoon there Life Pills, "with the result," he writes, however, he was in dead earnest and Beach

bad been filed in the county clerk's that I was cured." All stomach aud presented his resignation in writing:; requesting for tickets via I.. and N.-tt$ .

ut, office for the month of September 155 bowel disorders give way to their tonic that it be accepted at once. On

legal papers for record. Of this number laxative properties. 350 at any drug motion of Aldermen Potter and 'McDonald Town Lots.
.S1 For rates Dnd.ch..du'' to any point Northor
v. 72 were deeds 35 mortgages; 14 satisfactions store. Guaranteed. the resignation was/ accepted.As \\rtit.. and for Pullman 1 reBcrvatlon", call
chairman of the street committee, on or write '
; of mortgages, the rest being 0 EO. E. HBBB1IKjrFla.

fi patents, leases releases, bills of sales, The Children's Favorite Mr. Wellington baa uiade one of the PIUI AII'.ut. U and N. R. It..

a'? etc.-Miami Metropolis, Saturday. For coughs, croup .whooping cough;( very best aldermen that the city has ever SUIT West Bay St.. Jackuonvlllu.,Florida Choice Residence Lotsfrom
ttc. ., One Minute Couub Cure is the children's bad, and his work at the table has

Have your bikes repaired at Cummings fa\orite. This is because it contains been, from the time he- first took bis

Clematisare., opposite bank. All work tastes no Rood opiate and I is cures.perfectly Sold harmless by A. G seat, wise and impartial. The city has sins S IfjTOUW to< .."be .te" t
for //a1o
btn..treturn" $200
j.J'fJj' .a
guaranteed. 9-13-tf Riegel lost a good: official. uti' .9s. your Iabut. and hI, up, *
After paying the following bills, the Ia',9t Tour puu04,' te, sips nSW
_ ,,i you C'an't aArbrd semiannualinstallments
board adjourned : t" MI / 10 plant 01IbI0. but .t'::.y one-third cash, balance by r

Literary Society Each to His Trade. W.W.Hendrickson salary and fees 65.23 on reasonable time, according .

i" Kullack, the famous gunnst, was S. A. Barfield, salary and feesgoo. FERRY l lb ,. I
Met FridayThe to price of lot.
once invited to dinner by a wealthy J. L. Grier, salary and expenses $50.95. :

Berliner, who was tile owner of a Scaveoger.165. SEEDS For plate and lull information apply to

Fhilosopblan Literary Society large boot manufactory and had C. A. Woodruff feed forjjprse $3 90. _
-< *.tandard after 411, re'wa
been shoemaker in his time. After WALLACE R. MOSES
held Its regular weekly meeting on Friday a F, Sheen, II. B. Saunders Frank Id- vhey. always produce ,
r the largent and sun)8toropa.
r Sept 29 in the school auditorium. the repast Kullack was requested to ner and E. A, Elimann services as elec. All doal.n..11 Agent; Florida East Coast Railway Land Department.
and he consented.Not tbem. Our llM>a
The meeting was called to order by play something, tion officials $8.. Heed. .A....,
sa 1' long afterward the virtuoso in- free on K quMt* West Palm Beach. Florida. +
of the R. street work
the president and the mluutes vited the boot manufacturer and J. Harper, $9. i i D.M.F.....V A OO.1
previous meeting were read .and ap The Tropical l Sun Publishing Co.. OITNOIT,SiON.-
proved. after dinner handed him a pair of printing $(2.50. -
old boots.
The Committee on Badges then reported
4 "What I to do with these?"
am --
; the selection of dark blue and gold as G <: 'MS

the society colors, which were approved.A inquired the rich man. j1Mulgoba; Mangoes!
motion was uiatfe( and carried that With a genial smile Kullack replied Annual ExcursionTO

the fuuds belonging to the club .shouldbe : Largest; Collection of Cretans in the United State. ?alma Pbyllan M
the other askedme
used for the of buying songbooks "Why, you
purpose after dinner to make a little music thus etc. Ailpotgrown. Full Line of Citrus Stock ti ,
for the use of the ccnool. I'ask grown on High Spruce fine Land. Address
for and now to
There being no other business before mend these you, boots for me. Each jolt to JOHN B. BEACH West Palm' Beach Flu Mountain and Seashore Resorts '
the society, tbe following programmewas "
his trade. .

Recitation Louise Majewskl Take Kodol After Eatin .. "
Reading Mabel Lett After a hearty meal a dose of Kodul E HOTEL, CHICACO Wednesday, August .16, 1905
Piano Solo Lulu Rose Dyspepsia Cure will prevent au attack :
of Indigestion.( Kodol is a thorough di- --VIASOUTHERN -- r
The critic theu read his report after for indigestion
gestant and a guaranteed cure
.i which tbe following question was debated dyspepsia gas on tbe stomach HOTEL{ DEL Pt ADO RAILWAY "'
weak heart sour rising), bad breath and

r l "Resolved.: That man'a mind is Improved all Little stomach Rock Ky troubles., gays: "Korlol L. A. Soper Dyspep of E A Hugh,; .Clasa: Family and Trntmiuut Hotel. -- --_. MrM

more by reading than by obser cia Cure deserves all the commendation t Lountril between Wnxhlngton and 1 Mmllion Avenues frontline oo the Midway Rates from Jacksonville
.. Ufxilffvarj, adjourning the Chicago Unlreralty.Parlor
vation." *- that can be given it, as it saved the life t
AffirmativosEdwsrd Owens, Miriam of our little girl when she was! 3 years and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board ror TWO People, ;;;; Asheville N C $IJ 00 Oce.n View, Va 'IS 30Abbeville
y old. She is now 6 and we have kept it from S30 to $40 per Week. ,S C 11 00 Old Point Comfort, Va IS 50

Stowers. for her constantly, but, of course, she : Twelve minutes from dowa town via. Illinois Central, Railway." 3 Anderson, S C rr 40 R.utberrordtoo, N C IJ ooBrevard
NeaatllJ'e-Jra Williams Lucy Grler. only takea it now when anything disagrees C N C 13 30 Salada, N C .12 10 i
All train. stop at Ollrd f< ., to which baggage.: nhou) After Interesting well rendered arguments with her. We feel grateful for ::I Cross Ut.I. S C' ... J2 00 Sewanee TeDn 14 9S
both sides, the judges, tbe benefit use Flat Rock U 2Q Spsrtanburg S C U JO
from would not be without it" Sold by A. G. == Greenville\ s-c J2 10 Virginia Beech, V. ',S 5oHendersonvfll"
Professor Gammon, Miss Miller and Miss Riegel._ AAAA A A AAA A AA AAAAAAA A A A a A J>. N C 123o Tryon N C U m"1'
Wood decided in favor of the negative. Indian Springs Ga 9 00 Walballa S C J2 25 er
--- - -- ---- Laarells. S C 11 Warm Ga
The programme closed with the songs 00 Springs! 9 00
"Florida" and.merica," LakeToxawsy N C 14 30 Waterloo, S C (Harris Llthla \
"Far Away (A i a- Lenoir N C IJ 25 Springs) U 00
and the society then adjourned. +a i ,a I.locolnton N C 'J 00 Wsfnesville N C J4 25 al 7
Helen B. Ilooc, Editor. UM Lookout Mountain,Tena 1380 Willte Stone, S C (White Stone

v ....f:' bn ,.1 Marion, N C t3 00 Llthu Springs) 12 10
.. Monteagle, Ten __ I5 of Wa..hlnlltoo: D C 22 90
Last Hope Vanished. ....
1a = The above rates are for the Round Trip. Tlckela will be sold Wednesday, Aug. 16
tad! that
When leading physicians Jij 0 a 1905, only with final limit to retain any time uf- to and Including Aua.'31. tg(\g.
W. M. Smithart. of Fekln. Isu, had incurable For detailed information sleeping car reservations etc.. apply .t passengero8'rce
consumption his last hope van o "iI8 J08 West Bar attest Telephone 743.I. ,,

5 lbedbot Dr. KIog' Ntw Discoveryfor :: Cog ..CJ Cr LUSIC, District Pallllenger Agent Jacksonville: Fla. i

Consumption Cougha and Colds.kept > w
hU He says: "O .
him out of .rave. W.

"This great specific completely coredmefandsaveatny ."c.d.. Rt .: w.. ..J ... P., W. FBNTeN & ee. :

life. Since then J Z
',q, ..:. ..
have used !t.c'r.: Over to resift! and toe, .. =: ..s tlr :
t. ald...' It i/.ma !elou. throat- ifld'-lung ,1_::;_;' ;.J. ".!5. ..... I. 'Undertakerand.. .

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