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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 21, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
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System ID: UF00075915:00083
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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Local I -Gone find Jo SHELLFEET

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! .A son was born to Mr. and Mrs, J. E, CAUSES COMMENT C'' C. Chilliiigwortti left yesterday fora

Crutcbfield, Evernla street, Wednesday business trip to New York City.. -- -
__ night, October iSth. N. .v
Mr. C. Newcomb and daughter,
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Water Hyacinth Has! Appeared The !toal; branch of United Brother-' Miss Edith, weut to Miami yesterday to Remarkable Discovery in Boring

hood of Carpenters aud-Joi'iters of Amer. spend a few days, Wells Western
Canal and is Assuming and A New City in
led have decided that after January'ist, Many Interesting Exciting.Developments.. Clarence Lauther has returned trout

Alarming Proportions." 1906, eight hours will constitute a day's Telegram from the Governor Says No ,Jacksonville, where he has been em- Part of City.

,. work, and the scale has been fixed at (3 ployed for several weeks '

a day. Action wtll be Taken this Week. Mr. A. E-vParker of the Boynton hotel 4r
; : The Coast Line Canol and Transportation Engineer Savage has exhibited at The .
Company is now being confronted Mr. II. W. Michael has accepted a position spent yesterday in the city on bust- Tropical Sun office several specimens of + .,

"with a danger which, unless-,promptly with IheHatchett-DaComaraHard- ness, having come up in his launch. shell and rock formation that were taken -

remedied, willbeevenmore far-reaching averse: Company, and entered upon his Mrs."3LG., Riesel returned Wednes from the wells now being sunk at the
' 1 : than the.Govgrnor's veto of the 1'bill 'al duties this week.' Mr. Michael Is well Commenting On the article in Wednesday's months of official Incumbency that can day evening from a visit of several pumping station of the East Coast Hotel
in to the county come to her under the law.
Sun regard
;;i V lowing them 'two years' extension: of known along'the East Coast, haying beena clerkship Tropical matter, Thursday's Miami, "Remember how good her husband months with relatives. In Cincinnati., Waterwoaks in the western part'of the 4

IBS time to complete their great East Coast resident of the Indian River'countryfor I Mr. J. D.Mathis was called to Miami city. ,
Metropolis contained the following : was'\ Remember that the very existence:
waterway. ". several years. the first of tbe week to serve as a Jurorin In borlng'the fourth well, when at a yJiT
C of his stricken'wlft bin little
, "Who will\ be the successor of E. !, daughter ,
Messrs. Win. Thome and the circuit court, now in session. depth of 67 feet, a thick formation of
Last Sunday of ,
Rt. Rev. Wm. Crane GrayBishop Dearborn, as clerk of the circuit c"urU a ad his aged father'depend upon it ;'and, '
.Geo. W. Brown two "well known con in the for few Lee Fenton returned this morning silica and lime was encountered, and }
South Florida, is city a This is a question at present receiving also, remember that you are forcing Mr. I
tractors of this city.were down at Ili\ let day, and will conduct all three of the liberal discussion throughout the county, 'Dintick into a situation the after mortification from ,Tampa, where he has been employed after pausing through this bed various

born river in a"launch-and they report as an electrician for a number of substances were bored through. Mr. M
=; services at Holy Trinity Episcopal and one which can be settled only by of which cannot be cured by the
that the much,dreaded water hyacinth church tomorrow. Bishop 'Gray' Is the Governor Broward. success of the scheme. months. Savage bas in his possession one shell hh'

has ma and Is rapidly\ increasing.!; Mr..Thorneyy such as can be found today on the ocean {
at the rectory. in favor"of the court's appointment'ofMrs RESTS WITH THE GOVERNOR. yesterday to confer with President
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The Tropical Sun yesterday that beach, and it was obtained at a depth of ;
told Cam Anna K. Learborn, widow of the Roosevelt on some matters of importance m
small patches Lathe work on brass and steel at Tbe matter of naming the clerk rests feet. ,
1F hyacinths can be seen in deceased confirmed, as she Is. concerning the city 73
the from Little Hillsboro down mings. 9-13-tf. being entirely with Governor Broward, and Tbe finding ott here shell proves conclusively
t all way qualified and competent by law to fill Mrs T. J. Campbell is expectedhome] I >
there is difference of
a great opinion as that back In tLe where
t that of the ages
' to'tbe inlet, and some /groups Miss Adine McLaughlin of the cityacbool
;w but elsewhere in the county from St. Augustine
tomorrow evening
the
same,
: to what his decision will be
: of West Palm Beach stands
A hail assumed dangerousproportions. the city now ,
has tendered her
of the plant resignation
faculty, :
office
that the been of her sister
there prevails the opinion where she has the guest
A of The Sun
It seems that near Boca to the school board and will on the representative Tropical was a part of the Atlantic ocean; la fact
, will be filled by.Jhe appointment of an- ,Mrs. C. J, Perry, for two weeks.
i. Ratone there is -an artificial pond in nth of November be married to a gen tried to find Mr. Dimick'yesterday, but ? the entire lower end of' Florida was in

which has been placed some of the hyacinths tleman residing Virginia. The hap- other. learned that he was out of the city It Mr. S. O. Fills, deputy clerk of the all probability a raging sea thousands of ,
"A number of candidates have been Is understood however that Mr. Dimick circuit court, has returned to Miami fa
for ornamentation and It Is the event wiU)be celebrated in Holy years ago. It believed that the hill ,
I py mentioned end it is known that several is not vigorous for the from Chicago where be has been an inmate -
t, opinion of those in a position to know Trinity church; It Is understood that making a : fight west of the city was washed up gradually f
doing'all in their power to secure the office but is the of the Presbyterian Hospital for tf
that some of the flowers have drifted out Miss. McLaughlln's sister will succeed. are leaving matter entirely by terrific storms that swept the coast
. into canal. plum Those best informed on the situation In the hands of his friends. gentleman several months.Mr. In past ages.:
the
of lhepood her as a member of the school'faculty. I
" \M\ ?. Thorne said it was his opinion and knowing the governor's policy who is more or less familiar with the C M. Milburn, assistant superintendent -rfl ,

; that if some immediate steps were not Word was received in Titusville' this sticking by those who stood by and affiliated situation and a strong friend of the ad- of the International Correspondence Best Dairy Products.If .
I' week, that an eleven: pound girl had with him in factional politics.acul niinit-tratlon stated this that he
taken to exterminate the' plants it would morning Schools, is in the city todayjin the you want good, pure, aereated,
come to brighten the borne of Rev and esoeciallv tn the last campaign. assert did believe Broward would
+w not be more than six: or eight: months not Governor; interest of tbat organization i He expects wholesome milk, try the Palm Beach )d ;
before they would' have assumed such Mrs. W. P. Allen. This 'youog lady arrived that no one but Guy Metcalf, or lbs one establish any such a precedent in Florida to leave tomorrow nlgbt. Dairy. Purity and cleanliness our r'

of on Sunday last at the home of Mrs. that be endorses, stands any show for as to appoint a woman to such an 1 Important -
cI" proportions to prevent the pass age Deputy Sheriff A. Martin left yesterday specialty. Drop us a card. Will deliver -

launches through: the canal, and this Allen's parents, Social Circle, Ga. Both appointment."From office as that,of clerk of the circuit morning: for a ten days' visit to his as eaily as 5:30 a.m.Tropical.
readily be credited when the rapid mother and baby doing well. Rev. West Palm Beach comes the information : court of Dade county. If this is the property near Lake Okee-
can orange grove
Allen who has been on his vacation of that Guy don't want the office view that tbe takeaof the mat
into
taken governor
--'I growth of the hyacinth is chobee. During his absence Marshal
consideration. several weeks expects to leave for Titus- himself, but that he Is working and has ter then there Is little doubt, that E H. Hendrickson is subbing for him. .The Sun

f : It Is believed that as soon as the officials vllle in a few days.-Titusville Advocate recommended Mr. Eugene H. Dimick, Dimick will be the next clerk I

,, of the Canal Company learn of the Still at the 014! stand. Send us your of that placeto fill the vacancy. As a rule, the people df West Palm I Resolutions of Respect, Much Sought After ,

}i ; conditions that exist they will commence laundry. Satisfaction guaranteed at "Connecting with this, comes the fact Beach favor the confirmation by the i

the prettyplants which have [Strsba '1 Steam Laundry. that Mr. Metcalf went to Jacksonville governor of tbe appointment of Mrs I I Miami Florida, October 171905. Tbe 'Tropical Sun is this week, In-
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I y war caused on so much trouble to navigation in A note to Mr. J. B. McGinley from last night, at which place h" is to be one Dearborn, and Judge'Jones' action in Whereas, It has pleased God In His cluding the two issues. mailed, to more

r the St. Johns river and other waters in Mr. C. H. Mastand the owner, states of the committee named by Governor this matter has been highly compliment all-wise providence to call the lIon. Eu- than one hundred and fifty persons In

the part of the State. that the Hibiscus Hotel, one of the pop- Broward to receive and entertain President ed here. There are a few, howeverwho gene C. Dearborn to his final rest, andWhereas' tbe North and West none of whom are tY
upper
t p ular East Side hostelries.has been leased Roosevelt upon his arrival there prefer more politics and less justice, and The said Eugene C. Dearborn regular subscribers. a ,

PIERCE'S BICYCLES at Cummings, to a prominent New York holey man tomorrow. It Is known that Mr. Metcalf want to have something to do with tbe was for nearly five years of the Dade efficient These papers were, many rf them, fJ.t'II,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
carried with him a lengthy | etltion endorsing naming of the new clerk. sent and the I 1-?: J
Clematis ave., opposite bank West Palm who is to run It next season. The name clerkof out upon application, persons -
I County, and the trusted auditor and '
it Beach. I of the gentleman was not given, but it Is the candidacy of Mr. Dlmick, TELEGRAM FROM GOVERNOR.Yesterday' this and to whom they were mailed have in t4
board
and this with the former's strong influence view to West Palm Beach next "f
learned that during the past summer he f Miami Record contained a trip
Whereas In view of his long and active
and personal friendship with the winter. It is reasonable believe that :111 1 *
to
of the large hotels :
has beenoperating one in the
: Work is the following regard to county service as a pioneer resident of this
Dim-
Happy in the western part of North Caro- governor: will( almost insure Mr. clerkship, which Is now the all-absorb and untiring worker for its many of them will\ spend the greater + i
ick's appointment providing the governor county an of the here and it ie not
The Hibiscus will fce recarpetedand 1 portion season :
lina.
of conversation .
| Kindergarten ing topic anl contribu-
upbuilding Improvement,
otherwise mproved before the opening does not see fit to approve of ludgeJones' I of by any means<<; unreasonable to hope that !'
All stream telegramswent
day yesterday he did to its foundation of '
Mrs: Dearborn ting, as prosperity .
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in ,
... art appointing I some of them will buy property and become ,
of
next season.
forward to the protesting:
; governor his and firmness -
honesty, integrity,
doubting the good resu'ts of to fill the unexpired term of her husbandand residents of the Cottage City. .
Anyone Hartford tires No. 77, $3.00 each, at against the appointment of any one as of in what he considered
the the. chief executive : purpose
kindergarten work should spend it is believed that I Just now The Tropical Sun is heing :
Cummings. 9-lj-tf clerk of the court except Mrs. Anna, K. his at all times, be it
morning with Miss Goold the kindergartner will act in the matter while at Jacksonville duty, much sought after by northern pecple, sy:'
in in stating Dearborn, who was appointed by Judge Resolved That we, the Board of County .
and Miss dark, her assistant, The Tropical Sun was error and that within the next few indeed much more than'at the same period
that Alderman Wellington had reconsidered Jones, temporarily; Commissioners, in regular session assembled
and the thfr'y youngsters gathered: days. nil of any previous year. Every weeknumbers ''I
sent by
in the his resignation and-.would WRITES. These telegrams were hereby express our sincere regret
about them at the two tables I JUDGE JONES of papers are requested and are l
classes of citizens without respect to death of late clerk and
$ again serve on the council board soon at the our
school room on Clematis avenue. Judge Minor S Jones who is at preyant sent forward;thus making the large circulation
; the < party or factional affiliations and represented and hereby tender our deepest
he could he reappointed by new co-worker
the
end of as
One eels sure that at the holding the fall term of the circuit of this a very attractive feature to advertisers
stated yesterday the deepest sentiments to bis relatives In their
wilt'carr board. Mr. Wellington sympathy
the visitor ) .
thus 1
time tent Bork and play that he simply told one of the members court at rotla.II,'publlsbed the followingcard community. It was a popular uprising: loss, and be It further

away, the conviction that be otherwise of the new board that he would sit In Thursday's issue! of the Miami in favor of clean methods In politics.and Resolved, That a page of our minute Business man, are you carrying an

,. is happily combined cannot to the child's with them until his successor could bu Record, which shows very plainly that a protest against the goullsh actions ofa book be set apart for his memorial, and advertisement in The Tropical Sun

, than beneficial and fitting that is: to follow iu'I appointed and qualify. The' information he favors justice and not politics in the very few anxious politicians.At that the same be spread thereon at

mind and the study to this paper came from a source appointment of Mr. Dearborn's successor: a late hour last night the following: length.. T. A. Winfield, Chairman Fire Alarm SystemHas

later years. to us withwide, experience which was thought: to'be reliable, and "I crave pardon for writing a line:or message was received from Governor; John Sewell t

': Miss Goold comes much oLhar timeto was doubtless the result of a misunder two about the clerkship matter. Broward: I E. H. DimickE. Been InstalledSome
having given: "Some of Mr. Dimick'a friends; I feel
and settlement work, aa well standing.; I State Capitol Tallahassee, Fla., G. TweedellM.

mission kindergarten Iu ome of the largest Home-made bread fresh every day at sure, are doing him an.l injustice in push-Irom Oct. 19, 1905. R Johns time ago the city council authorized

... ?.t:- as in the East ,Url, West. She be. I Faber Brothers. si6tf lug him in to oust Mrs Dearborn J!. B. Stoncman,.Editor Miami Evening Board of County Commissioners.For the purchase and"Installation of an
titles has been '
I : the to which she "
{ thoroughly la the Pestalozzl idea place Record, Miami, Fla.: electric fire alarm system between the

,If. that lieves all education should be universal I Have your bikes repaired at Cummings ed ad interim bur with as well the as that appolnt'j I have received many telegrams re Sale firemen' headquarters and tbe pumping(;
I Dade
' sad that even the child in the cradle is : Clematis are., opposite bank. All "work county questing delay in making appointment Good, gentle, family and farm horse ; station, and Wednesday the line was '

I not too young to be taught. She Is an I guaranteed. 9-IJ-tf' InK attorneys. died the devoted friendof of the circuit court clerk for Dade county. also an excellent: \ milch cow at present completed and tested. ?

exponent of Frederick Froebel-the Gene Dearborn I have adopted this mode of notif jing ,- giving three gallons::: of milk dally. Will The system installed is of the latest t
able Are the people to understand '
i latter a pupil of Peltalozzlto whom we For All Kinds of Plies. Geae Dlmick.that Gene Dlmick is willing to ..senders of telegrams that I will\ not be sold at a bargain Address Box 385, pattern, and is given power bi twenty- 4

d owe the credit of our. kindergarten To. draw the fire out of a burn, beat a the afflicted and distressed wife of take any action earlier than Wednesday City Post office. five large batteries at the pumping sta ,
figbt October 25. Please print this telegram lion The box is mounted on the wall
( .schools of to Jay. cut without leaving a scar, or to cure his faithful friend over his

( With the necessary materials furnished I boils, sores litter! eczema and\! all skin grave ? For one, I do not new.uad':1 in your paper for me. For Sale at a $argaln.One of tbe fire statio", being located in floor the
N. B. BROWARD the ground
by the school board of Dade county an and scalp diseases, use DeWitt's Witch believe that Mr, Dimick is too generous, Governor. almost new, 7 drawer, drop head, north-west corner When on the alarm of fire f

. experienced: teaclier, _nd the hearty Hazel Salve. A specific for blind bleedIng and j just a man to do a thing so extraordinary : -: oak Sewing Machine in first-class working otjhe building. Is needed, the '

t sympathy of the townspeople. West itching and protruding piles. Stops and unnatural. MR. DIMICK WRITES. condition. A regular $50 machine. is given: or more pressure box is broken, which

t, Palm Beach is to..be congratulated on the pain Instantly and cures perm 1teetI -. "Mrs. Dearbjrn is not Iu vigorous In this morning's Usue of the Miami Will go for Its to first applicant. Address glrss front of tbe twenty-

her enterprise and judgment in Introducing I ly.. Get the genuine.: Sold by A. G. health ; she has a helpless family to care News there appears a card over the slg.: box 432, West Palm Beach.Lowney's operates a lever giving: at some the water
strokes on a large: gong
kindergartenwork in the public Riegel. limited and reducedby nature of Eugene Dimick in which his
with resources intuited by
w or, \ The system was
die Mojewskl's.tbe works.
Florida.Every He states in can *;
schools of # the long illness of her lamented bus position Is clearly set out. Electrician Carroll Bran iog. and its
Notice to Builders. and Christian substance 1 so long as Mrs Dearborn',
true
is loving, I
band. She a but satisfactory...
fruits and vegetables In test proved
of while Jacksonville
shipper appointment is 'a possibility from a governor:
needs the -place.
she
should have a FLORIDA SIIIPPERS The East Coast Lumber and Supply woman ; and be still standpoint of eliitlbllity he is not a candidate I that he will\ maintain for him {(Mr. Dim-
'address has just received ,a large and For God's sake let,the politicians \ his card PIERCE BICYCLES at Cummiolfs.I .
in
GUIDE. Sent to any on receipt Cowpan1!! for the office. Mr. Dimick further ick) the attitude announced,.
L; H. O. carefully selected stock of Balusters before the people while our kindhearted Clematia ave opposite bank tf if
of six two cent stamps* ; to her the few states that Mr, Metcalf will probably see to the public. :I
secures ,
Porcla-Bracket.
and
governor
i Sjoatrou Mlamt, Fla. aw.. Newels, Corner
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THE TROPICAL SUI .I Public sentiment demands that Notice or Application for Permit to Soil Liquors T ... ,

bits Anna IC.-Dcarborn be appointedclerk Wine. and tovor. j'.'
Pten.er paper of f>. '4- ,, ', I.f the circuit court of Dado Jl'CBLIC Notion In hereby; Rlvon.tbat Sidney' SP' S ?ra.Nr ,,' tllT
Maddock ha* fllod with tbo',1k>ad ofCoiiutyCoinmlnulonerii
t' l ++ Paoltihed( Every Wednesday' and SaturdayT county, to bUii-eeil!, her late lamented : of Dado County., in the State : '

r w.aT l PAN BIAOM. OAOI COUNTY FLORIDA' husband. of I Plorldn,hiM OJ.pllcatloD for a pi'rinlt to sell ,
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-- .. liquors, wines and burr In Jilwtlon, DlHtrlctNtT.
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;, '' tl SDBSCRlPTtON I'KICK .3.0(> PKU!: VBAH. ft, of sold County and State' tor the ducal.
If things are halt ns bad .\in politics year ending Octoliur! tat tlHuJi that such appllcatlou Ft HL 1 n
orted t11" ... : I JJl t tev
Tropical Sun Pu"lisfilng Comp'y, as Mr. LSryan says) they are he can- of County will CommlKHloniira, IK on at bv their noxt.111110a'lI"regular wn

i CHAS B. KENDA(.L. Manager. not Justify hU conduct in deserting!; nieetlnK.which will be held l IOu ...
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the Seventh November. .\.,' t; .. ,
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watchman the .
his of on tower '
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I 1005 at IO o'ulock In the forenoon of said ... .I ,
6 Bntcred .l the Mcond-claiu foHtuffic) of matter.Wit P..... Bench for tw"y ar8 of holiday abroad. day, nnd the geld Board hereby calls "eon WI/\" -re "l'flJ'/ f.JtlKi, il ,Kylwtl'w( ,tOil CliO P.lstllllr! '
tltUon of such Election District who a .
any may
__._..____.._ .____ n His place Is "right here,*' with hn desire. to do Bit, to show ewer, It any tbiira ., ""e'in the lIP''' ImlMi-i'jf! 1-1'\11"::\ with IIS-\\6'.Ii' sell 1( "'

and his scratching be at the said| ) next: regular meeting o' mil J f the lips' T. ,I I, ..i'i I I i"1i Mii-l) will not I k I
SHOULD WITHDRAW. tongue wagging! pen Hoard, .Rhy'nuth permit nhnll not),bo Kmntod ,. you '" dtiit,1',!:,: ? j PI. oply | .

V) ( There Is a BlrungHe.iticneutin: West every minute.\ ;:-New York Globe the applicant. ; ealisty veto; bat'' Wl",,'}'\'VE''' 11iYFOi:' [! # YOU ''':">;, ;- ,,Jy ';,, ; ,' .
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Bv order of the Board 6f County 0 ninilH.Hlonerx "" ,', ; ," : e I'. "
Palm Beach In (favor of the goveruor 4 --' ---"- of DndnOount.v Florida,,, .: ,ei, ./ ,' ,, ;": :..,"1'1';:\ t4; I iae
;1 t The: Miami Metropolis wants the This the 4th day ut October A.D., tUOI 't. n',. '. t",1, J
i ti a, euetaioiugJudgeJunes'appointtentc ;!; Harrison Paints :
E. O. DEAKUORw.
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t, of( Mrs. Dearborn as clerk ud hhtei lm, governor to confirm appointment Clerk Board I County CoinnilHHlonvra. ,

c'] and this sentiment is growing daily. of Mrs Dearborn as clerk of the circuit By W."M. Tova. ,. Deputy. Clerk ,'J.1 ';, o' 'f.s' Vaihislhes :' tc' ''
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y In this connection the Miami News court, to succeed herlatclament- Daredevil Ride .( '. "
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contaiuetl[ the ed husband, and says that it is the often ends In A vn morning
yesterday
sensible editorial opinion of eminent lawyers tha sucha accidental Injuries use Buckleii's. Ar. 1 :1.: : It will pay .you t"CO1Tii.I; : and I
following : '
very nlca Salve. 'A deep wound; inmy foot, .
much be proceeding would be legnL: The accident;" wiltes : ..; 'and tl lk.it with j .
it y'I hit 8a very to regrettetif from an 'Theodore over us .

( that'opposion to tlietionflrmatiou: of people in this, end of the county will Schuele, of Columbus:: 0., "caused Rle' .

'" the appointment of" Mrs. Eugene C.j i heartily agree!; with the Metropolis.The I great pain. Physicians, were: helpless! J # y1),rse
but BucklenVAruIca Salye quickly heal-
r P .. ."' Dearborn aa county clerk has ariseuio : ed U," Soothes and heals burns like Hatchett-DaCamara 'Hdw Go f
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Sun has the
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kk all stores.
candidacy least magic. 250 at drug
the of one man or m
contempt for the mnrr who would ____ n_ N4 1

( :' the position. raise his hand ogninst the wfdowana I .

: ''t : t "The MoruiiiR News believes! it voices : -Q
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[ when the widow :
: t'Jeorphanespechally .
,,,!, f the sentiment of a" great !majority and orphan'Ire weeping over; the ;: Q. -
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; f of the people( of this county when [it ::
t. new-made grave of one who in life
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condemns the indecent haute with
wasp friend and bnnefartor to those !
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;:,': : \ ._ which some of that gentleman's!; I If' : /i1. ..
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I'' t who would now deprive his loved The '
; friends begun to solicit names for at ,,8 '
ones of a means livelihood. ::, 1
et petition to the governor for l his appointment ; I.. Jk ,, :: '. ':
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t&:f 'I to the place. Mr. Putnam PlansImprovements via AH : ; ' ', ',:, I i t

"This solicitation was begun; it To \ : ,:.::5 ,, ,.:.. '
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f l' seems prior .to the ad interim appointment The :' -" ; '':'{'' '
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,dr. if. of blraDearborn by Judge; .- 'r:' ; :

t, ti Jones Mr. Henry Putnam, of Boston, who ( .,W'I',1g"

K!+ ': "Of eours'inder circumstances last spring bought the. property on the The To : t : '. :
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; northeast corner of Olive and Fern E t .
;4 j ,'"4, the ,correct thing for Mr. Eugene :streets is planning to immediately have ( : : ] ,;V.{. ;. .' !

;;r t '" \ Dimu-k to do would be to withdraw all the cottages thoroughly renovated; via', : Q > :,"f"i."" '- ,.
.' painted Inside and outside, furnishedwith .
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,$ 9- his name U8 a candidate before hit :
\ : sanitary conveniences, re-fenct'd, : ,,
I1! 1 '.t friends and Govruorllrownrd. i. and put in complete and attractive: order TO '".,..n. .W u('. p t
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"The MonlingNewsearneBtly hopes for rental to desirable parties. One co'- ,

Mr. Dimick wilts the matter in this I. tage Is already< spoken for aud the other H A V A ..'" -\J\ .. !
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t two will find ready tenants Mr. Putnam h (
light; and, by deuliuiut to oppose I was offered a substantial advance ,
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\ the appointment of Mrs. Dearborn, ou the price hepaid for the properly, railroads : .'''',' t

::::I reinstate himself[ in the good; opinions but; declined it, believing he bad a PRYing :
I investment Mr. Putnam IS just Frank
r of his fellow citizens and 'prove back from the North, and will personallylook Agent I t ti'

,, ', his fealty to his deceived friend" after bis property Interests' iu the I Traffic : : : h'", i

j -- Cottage City. The city can well afford ,.4J.n: :

tiI REPUTATIONS AND SLANDER. to encourage such investors as Mr. Pul- "I, : 'S : !
nam. They are worth having; and are
'. ::1 There is nothing BO ephemeral, desirable citizens. : l : t>

i .. \ '- nothing so sensitive, as reputation ;;

I. t A man who has labored for years Cheated Death. / ; '
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Kidney trouble often ends fatally! but
to establish among his neighbors the ,
j by choosing the right medicine, B. H. JP ; : :
pk i repute of lionetty and sanity, maybe Wolfe, of Bear Grove Iowa:>> cheated you
death. lie "' to do it :
says wo yean ago I had
I,. stabbed sullen slander
by a secret West
Kidney Trouble, which caused me great -...
': that will corrode and destroy the pain, suffering and anxiety, but I took "
Electric Balers which elected a complete Leave '
t1
structure buildud through pain andpatience cure. I have also lunnd them of Sun '..' .
and team. great benefit in general debility and and- '
r I nerve trouble aud keel them coustautly cards. ) ) :
q A little word, a whisper' or fi shrugof on hand since, as I find they have uo (
equal.* All druggists!: : guarantees themat : !
i the shoulder and a woman's good 50 cents.

name Is soiled, and the jewel of a wo- The ,..--. ,.-

;}I'., 1) man R honor is lost in the mire of Mr. C. A Kenney, who was a resident cuted In ): f ''''.
.. of this city for several years, conductingthe style of
and distrust. A bint in :
suspicion
popular hostelry known as "The '

time of stress and trouble that aman's Keunice," but who for the past year has Fine : .

mind is unbalanced, and no been engaged: in hotel business at Good- cards 1 \ !
; V all. opposite Daytona, has J leased the Tropical ;;
t i subsequent! denial can ever re-instate Daytona House in Daytona and will run jt'r\

+ in public trust! whose straining it this winter.

;5 i : ru.cult1bue- simply wearied in the j. : : '
: ICapt. G. W. Herring, aged': 64 years, ..._ .
tension:! of strenuous< endeavor.
"l
: a Confederate Veteran, died iu Miami

41 Amaliiuantspiritwithbuwytonguecan Tuesday afternoon after a brief illnessof | $

magnify and dignify trifles light appoplexy. The deceased was origin Land Notice Olllco In. : }f ( ) : : .

I ally from Tallahassee, but had for sev- settler has >
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as air into confirmation strong as .....
eral years been residing here and al .proof in ( \ : h
proof of holy writ against; the good Jupiter, and left this city only a few days will .ho ma< << .
iiloiiur"' at \ :
}t name of a" scure-of years.What before his death. He is survived by a viz: t
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:'tW: ; a monstrous thing isslander. biother aud niece at Concord and a ::11..1:1.. : f"I' : :
brother. and other relatives iu'this city 42 o.
3 ,i It is worse thau aisasHiuation, His remains were interred at Miami. '. lie ninnu' "
continuous
'" It ought to be punished by imprisonment. iild land, v \ ,

1 f '; .-Atlanta New!,. Miss Kathryn Lamping, returned Wed. J V HUT (
nesday evening from a visit with fr'euds' IIM W ( |
O-c in Miami. Icilm l) ;, '' .I <
i During!; trial II in la in which a Httrhort l'( :

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and wife defendant and
; man were .
7't' .' Last Hope Vanished > .. : (

:';, complainant respectively, one of the When leading physicians said that '

'{ ,1 lawyers sang "Home, Sweet Home." W. M. Sniithart, of Pekin. la had incurable : I

yt I:;;: J' The jury decided that if the miu had consumption, his last hope van- : ...... \
ished; but Dr. King's New Discoveryfor \
ii'; //ftJ made. the home half as bad us the anfT \
Consumption, Coughs Colds 048 ) l '
t! '. long! was rendered, he was guilty; (Ift' kept him out of his grave. He says: ALL KIN:< : : ( : )

an outrage on "Home. Sweet Home" "This great specific completely curedme GAS sunun
and saved my life. Since then, I
t' "
I : and) found him guilty. -Oaimsville
,
have used it for over io years, and consider

{. kt : Sun. -Sit- 1 it a marvelous throat and lung Near -- cure." Strictly scientific cure for Sore WEST : ..
I TheTropiea) Sun is now sendirgout Throats, Coughs or Colds; sure preven- : : ; > :
Y
}.,"J":+ .' .: hundreds of ejttra copies every tive of Pneumonia. Guaranteed, Sac : .,
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end fI 00 bottles at drug store. .
of them olpersons any I wish" to .
1 l:: tl week many upon request Trial bottle free., hiindi'Hd. : nill II : : .I I Iiiii --

j ) living [in the North and West Jowch.-t.lucre to. 1
4 ..
who have an on this section of eyenliume r
I'e) A Pleasure to All. may wiint, .
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vIM butpnrty
i tor .
Florida. Thin is a pretty cood tip No pill is as plensaut arid positive! asDeXVitt'a owner .
HM>,itriible. ,
t for advertisers. Little Early Risers These to tnuimict .
i famous little,pills are so mild and effective in need of ....) [ ; .
I od mail ol1 "" ,,
that children, delicate ladies and port' cunt by
The' hotel facilities In West l Paiui .
satiefu/ leery |
s weak people eoj j" Hpllch are largely Increased over IU8tYMr. white strong people SH.V they Are the ty houses y....r.'in" 01;. r f I .

but notwithstanding this fact best liver pills *ol Iloubtnn, Tex.: IIs.i.:: "For years I have (liruenleiif TIICMI facts : .I s
there is every reason to believe that
used Little'Early: River tine: in my fam anew that J ; '

S the' nccommndntions will again bt I ily. No better pill can bot used for con. I giiaranuiu. 1 :; :;: ::. : ::

i'' ''I, r taxed. to their utmost. stipntioir', sick headache, etc., thin these E. A. "
;4'' -- famous iiille pil:.." Sold by A. O. Rlegil. -

Wheels: for real, at CUDmlnas.r3 tf 1 1. t I / : :
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1 TIIK TttUI'ICAL[ SUN WEST I'ALM BEACH, FLORIDA, SATURDAY' (su OJ3hR :!l. tItrg!, ;) t'AlJ) !; 'IIHER ; rs


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A LOGICAL CADI.! Low Rates to r'f\.' """ 1' r rmroe"""ao' r r ro mr """ a +'s.'A '

/I MATTERHEALTH

Aa a Wrong Had] Deer Done, Somebody -- FairThe .


S Did Had to hear Suffer of the Tamp. 1 1'sPEeIa'L' f fF ,

: fL window who tried you in ,Cairo to ever enter and a broke second his robber leg story? Tampa EASt Stale Count Fair Railway tl.it name wiir rates give: from'the that I : .VRles


i '-.... Well, the robber went to the cadi are given hy other roads and thus ,
r 1 every nook and corner of Florid, by

and the man complained s window about was it.badly He made said be rail in and force wa'er" extremel low rates. will a D '

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R
i % f on: he wouldn't have fallen out, ando President Brown, according to the JEW Y.S i

.that he was wanted reasonable justice, and The cadi he said Tampa Times, bay received a letter to ...
summoned
the above effect: from Traffic Minager ,
the owner of the house. The)
t a J P. Becktvlth\ of the Neat Coast nyntem, I '"
owner confessed\ ,the house was poor the gentlr; nisjjaalsO stalfdg that .*hibll on Dark and Light Colored ,
'ly built, but claimed that the car- ,
btiillfd .
!
to Tampa from the east (081'plJl'\ ,
to blame he This
penter was pot from which many fine exhibits''and a'liiry.e -
struck the cadi sound and .
as logic, attendance will he drawn. B:very \: '
he sent for the "The ..
t carpenter. city and town of that Becllpll111 be I1ANNEI1ErTE ,
POWDER charge is, alas, too true" said the thoroughly posted with litlioxrai, ha and .

.1' carpenter, "but the masonry was at other adverttsinx matter, as will every .
Absolutely Pure 'fault, and I couldn't fit a good win >
other section of the State, Georgia, the These are just the right weight for

' W ,,, MAS KQ SUBSTITUTEA I dow. So the cadi impressed with Carolines, Alabama. and relghftoringSjatea. ; **> ,
the
reasonableness of the argument, .
' I -
' 'f... Cream of Tartar Powder sent for the mason; The nian pleaded ,
." So has become the demand fur
'." free from 'alum or great

.. ::1;,', .:,;'. acid,phosphatlo pretty guilty girl, in but a blue explained gown had that passed a tnytee exhibit baa space found that it the necessary eieculieoni to let a- Kimonas and Wrappers $

,.
\:tir, .. '.Iy ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.. the building while he was at I contract for another building, l& be .

'... ( ,,"' work and that his attention had known* the general exhibit building ':
,
-- been diverted from his The GOODand
dfty. The building will be 400 feet in length Patterns are
Will cadi thereupon demanded that the
Impfove by 50 feel wide,.
.... ",'J:. girl be brought before him "It is .

County Grounds true," she said, "that I am pretty The Tropical Sun la always on sale Quality BETTER

i5 i 1' ,: but that is no fault of mine. If my at Idner & Son'a. I I 'i
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;-i' ''i ',': -- 'gown attracted. the mason the dyer .., ... The Prices BEST
;, .An adjourned meeting of the Board of Condolence, : '
) :I' a : ,... ,a' should be unished and not I. "
\\f" <.1.); _:.j, ".?. .;_c County Commifslouers wag held at Mlami "Quite true,' said the cadi. "Send One of the hardest things'in the'' i

,..t i'.,rib,, i' ., ,I, '.'"".,.,"....,. on Tuesday for ibe purpose ol taking for the dyer." The dyer was broughtto world is to condole with anybody ina

.'' '\\.1'\! ,v'iIi:;;\ i"t,;'-;!'.,.'?.",.,' ,,.' 't. I upth.asarssor'.bouke I and accept the bar and pleaded guilty: misfortune or a bereavement.If \ $ Now 5c, 7$ and lOc yard. Formerly lOc, l272c, $

,:<-t' ,' ;; :;, :';;.t -4"" :Jag t the urns AVedoesday'a Metropolis I That settled it. The cadi told : it were not that the matter is

': "''i'J'l ':' {fi;,;+:.;!.h'; gives! the proceedings" as follows\ : the robber to take... he guilty wretch' generally serious a great many :fun I 15c and 20c yard' .

I "lr A
,> l .:,,' .V'. '''', ..'",; : commissioners: held yesterday afternoon doorsill and the people rejoicedthat condolences people offer to the be- I 1'J"
."
". JJ', ; >\" : .,'..h":...1. bids were received and opened for justice had been done. But{: reaved. But at Manchester: sometime .

.. -.;k" V4! -i!!'.""" filling( In a. d, leveling the court house pretty soon the crowd returned to- ago a hardworking Irishman
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>. ;:j .li"'t';' '.,k', .' ; tho cadi's court, complaining that fell out of a fourth story window
P7 "' '' : .
.' ".;,";:;:: ., AnuDlberOlbillsVot'resuhulluedbut the dyer was too long to be properly and broke his neck.. BR NNING'-BROS. 5

_:;;.. : "I; after consideration it we* decided to hanged from his doorsill. ."Oh, His wife was of course in great

1 ... > ', Award the contract to Ad.in Correll' for well" said the cadi who by that distress. ..

... : f 1.43 per cubic yard. The filling Is to 1 time was getting tired of the 'business After the funeral a neighbor call- L DIES' : : :

'be of black bamuioclt soil obtained at 1 "go? and find a short dyer and ed to offer her sympathy and con- i' OUCFICCERSVVV

., '. +{If"''i. Ojns and spread to a grade to be given hang him. Somebody's got to' suffer dolence. $ p1
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' \ ',f,et.,. 11"?:' by the engineer*. This will put the .'1 "It'was a very sad thing indeed. 'VVV'VVVVV'VVVVVVVV5
', :...; j ." court bouse grounds in better condi "Indeed it was. To die like thatto :1 ;- %'VVVVVV V'V%

-,';' ,, ,,''''',,;tltlol'i\ and rouse .attractiveness and How Clove Tree Ar RaU.d. : fall out of a fourth story win ---- ---- -
: -- -- --- ---- -- '-
., ,, far 1 Zanzibar is the principal source dow."
. :- \;:.: beauty more appreciative.Tbe I
"' ..;- tax col! ctor'* books were found I. of 'the world's clove supply. The /An' was it so bad?" asked the PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .

;. ,;i. to be correct and they were ordered sent I seed are planted in long trenchesand I visitor. "Sure, an' I heard it was/ LAW. --- Florida East Coast Railway- klr
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; '."\" ; : 1".. to the State Comptroller at once that be kept well watered, and in the only a third story window." 1-- Y

I ', "....;"... .:: :.... might approve): them and return. two of course of forty days the shoots appear I c.C. OlIILLINCrWOltTU:
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Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to 1 1905. ry
above :
Sept.
y .'a' : >1:," .ii' ibe three copies here. ground 'They are carefully ,

L .ik ;J': 'i, Furtbelr than ttls: no business of im I watered and looked after for ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORVont
: (, :' -.,, booed. two when they should be Private School SOUTH.aOUND-READ DOWN. NORiH.BOUND-READ UP.
and the
transacted ,
t.. : ; :>,: .!r.> i penance was ; years \ Palm liea.ch. Fin
,
, '1Y adjourned'until the next regular'meet. about three feet high.'Then they are -
". "''f""" .2' 'T', .,''',:,. I Inff in November. transplanted about thirty feet For Boys and GirlsMISS GI O. o. cuumu No. 0.. Ne Dally 10 STATION No.Dally't&I No.Dally O 1Dally

,1" .. ;( until '
well watered -
'1'.. .," ., apart-and they L. E. llINDPJI' Attorney and Coanselor-a.t-La\v! \ ,,,,, 00 80
Jnekponvllle ,
\ '" ..;.. become rooted. From that time they 'BEACH : g p p : r : 11 ::::::::::.:&). Jadkaonv111a.::::::::: t.. : 6'J' & : 19 :
: : Tan-y-ralt Bach Evernia Street WEST PLM FLORIDA II 15 p 10 A5 a ......_.s&. AUjCUM" ....... II 60 I' T, .0 a '
1 CATTLE GIRLS. require only} ordinary dare. In five 12 HO- II 68 P 11 SI a" ..................UR.UnjCft...........?..?...... p 'lI I' 8 49 a
S 80 to
t 1i\ Or six they come into bearing Uornlnu Salons! ; : 1'. aUt\,\ N N INO 4, ]0 P 11 110 a" ............... Eft.t Palatka ............... 4 84 p 8 1X a '
I years Minn Illiuljy n'III receive\ her mimic pupils at I 00 78a 11i: ..._............_P..lftlk...................... L. -'-]0-I' -800-a' tO:
.:. ,. ''A_ They Tend: Herds In. the Patture-of when they are of the size of ordinary 110ual10 tbe afternoons. and Couneellor-at-Law, .Q\ 6 M p ]11t a Lt .....................Palatka- ................. Ar 5011i'.. a b as O't7
', ., < Scandinavia..Life pear trees and very shapely. 1 I Attorney 26 J 2 Oil p AI' ................Raa Metro.".............., Lv 9 lOll' ......... -a a
\ I .............. ....... .. '
is (Office over JI..ok.1WEST E.C!! 8 OU a L. ? .8..n Mateo... ..... Ar B 9,1 p !!O a
0' 'k" ; ;, in. all its primitiveness is to Then the young plantation a pretty -' PALM BEACH FLA ld c 7 150 P U 81 P L.. ....._.....,..._ Neo" .............._? Lv. a p 2U f R+
', be found in Scandinavia, but in no i sight. The leaves of. various S 03 I' 12 47 P ....._.?....B..nnell. ....._....... .' SUp (188 a
& Son .
I with red Geo.:S. Hacker a'a to p U 113 p .....___.....DU ODt............_. .a 81 p II 2Y a "0
'. : *rE. part perhaps ia it more simple there than shades to of set green off the tinged clusters of dull MEDtCA AND SURGICAL 0. : 11 69 & I :: & :: :::::=.:.wOrmond:: :::::=::-.;= :: = Ii g & : :; : 1 1FW
The servo
\ ?i. ) in Dalecnrlia. pastures I TTu. nooi>, M. u 4 II 0' I'' 1 Up" ...._.......Pars oraD""............... 2 OU P 811 a ,
': "' are rich and consequently the raising red clove buds. 'Il 0211 I'' _216 pAl' .................New 8m1rD.................. .. ,2 0..1) _!16 a
O
.'rb 11. c : S 44 A. ....._......... llleH"ltm..._...__. Lv i 716 p 0 10 .,
-, 'r of cattle is tho chief industry. Capt.in'Comment. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON '= 10 89 a S 1111 P ".. ............. OranlCO City_............... .. 11 80 I' II U P
.. The girls of the farm take care of. The J Ofllre over' Potter's bicycle tore, WEST !. 4a a 4 00 p .........Oange City o7unctJnn........ ]280 P 00 I' nt .
"' and l leading I"Au old sea captain and his mate, PALM BEACH. IleiiliUmue. Hear Royal Sae 2 21 P Lv.... ...".....'..New" Smy.u..,.....-........ Lv. 9 P 6 5 n '
't : the cows, sheep goats, .-- 1000 P 251 P ? ..._.........O..k HIII. ..._...._. 10' I' 889 a
"?> them to the pastures early in the feeling hungry, the other afternoon I'olaclana Hotel, PALM BEACH. 13-1 1089 I'' 880 I' AI' ... .............. TUnnUle .?................. 116 P S 00 a 1 rn
,.. .". '., ... : voice I went into a restaurant on the water -B. 1'DI'TEU: ,. .1\1. 1)., C UO .... ........ AI' .................. S/i'ii1'rll( ....?............ Lv OU lU Wa .
. morning guiding"them by or ,. It. o ... 1000 a L. .................._ Sanford ................... Ar ...... Y uo a 0
';. horn to spots where the grass grows front and ordered dinner. The 11 10811 jjS81 P L. ............._. TIC'v1lle ._..._. Lv i lIip"aiNl :::1
0 wcMTPALMnEACR;: "f.A. .. ? ..
.III.U8
she carries waiter, with considerable flourish 1 1x' 8. 11 18 P 'OJ P ............_.......0<>00&.........??..._. n Up 2 JII aIl
T, richest. At her girdle a I 4 Up' 13 P ..,_.._. Rocllledll..._..__. ".. ]n 80 I' 116 a ...:J
bag of gait, whit-4 she dispenses placed a plate of thin watery looking DENTAL c II 113 P 4 48 I' .". __..._.Eau Oallie-,_._ 11 M.. 1 4' a .,
12 08.. 10 8' _......_..Melbourne.- 108" 1 84 a
among the herd every one of which liquid before each of them. rr .. .d)r | )U.U, II.M.\CY; jmt.! .7. ST. NEWMAN: :- 12 U" 8 87 P P .". ....._.._.. Neba.tlen.. ...._........ .". 11114.. U 61 ab O +
when called. "Say young fellow, what's this ( J 89.. 8 29 I' ............._...Sl. Lucl"...?.,..??.?r 1011 a 11 00 u S'C '
its )
answers to name 1 60 6 Port Pierce 10 t 6 .
'' r .The cattle girl is industrious, and, I stuff ?" shouted the captain gazingin sBssesagsaS Drs..MACY & NEWMAN 9 18 : 7 : & :: :::=:::::: Tlbbal.: :::::: ::= :: 0 80 : It : p p IJj

; as she leads her flock she knits at if amazement at the concoction under DENTISTS __ 'a 8 8 18 88 : 7 7 19 17 p p :: ::::=::::::::'Jensen.Eden.I ;..:::::::::::::: :: : 11 90 : I 11 l 18 18 r. t'J

a// his nose. MANUFACTURERS OF P" IU 7as I' u ..._...?.?...... Stu..rl ......... ......... ". 0 11 II II 01 I' .0
I Office in Jefferson Block IU 8S0 0a 7 tie P ..._........Robe Hound??.......,_ ... 8 42 a ]10 ao I' I
walls c I "Soup, sir, replied the waiter. : 827.. B Up",. ._ ...\..wet o7upll"l' ..,........... .. 824..a 1019 I' jj
::
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA CI!4 010.. 9 III I' ..........:.we.. Palm n..ncb...... 7 48 a 0 fn p
old -
shouted the dog. .. .
ground "Soup!I" sea Doors Sash 82 a 9 1M I' .. _._....?..Boynk..........._-... .. 72<1 a 9 III I' O
till sunset. "Soup I Bill"-turning to his mate I' J. I:. L.IOOV. 4-l 42 a 9 2A P ,. ._?.. D"lr"'..........._-... T 10 a \I Oil I' Iav
knits )
; or stone and away D1t. ..Fort '' 6Is
I 87 a 1011 L..uderda'' a 8 U
.t, *:.. > For luncheon she eats a slice of _"just think of that t Here you i, Blinds, MouldingsAND Dentist ::: 45 a 10 80 I'p .. ."."" ... D..nl....,.........._'M'". ". 8 10 a S 08 P I' '.... o +

s+ y bread and drinks milk, which she and me have been sailing on soup all i( omen First dour west of Onila County State ..=... 011 B 69 a a II 1019 117 J p P .. ..........._._ Leom"n 0117.. ................. II II r1 nil a a 7 7 04 20 I'P .00 ;
gets either from a: goat or cow, ac- our lives an' never knowed it till i Hunk .... a 80 a 11 16 pAl' ..................... Miami.................... Lv II 1a aD..n7' 7Iu p .a

;.r;. cording to clrcums llDces. owl"-Seattle rest-Intelligencer.! I Building Material, WEST l'ALJDBACll, FLORDA E.. HOMESTEAD EXTENSION Daily

Should any of her charges stray I 8un. Suu.

*"' afar she blows her horn to call it Sun You? Life Calla. | CHARLESTON, S, C. 00 a ........... Lv ..................Miami......._....._.. A. ............ -8 80 P F Fa IP
back. At sundown she conducts her We need something that stays by South. L. A. WILSON 10 80 a............ Ar ...........?...Home.'ad................ ,L.. ............ I 00 P
Factory
and us and helps us to smile or even | c.aLargest
herd homeward where the cows J
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worries and Send for PrIces. N. 11
goats are milked 'and then housed laugh over 'the daily | No. 99. No III No. 10 Joll7'MAYJ>ORT BRANCH No. 1 A No.,AO,. No. A7
that tides over' Hnn Mun. : gu
burdens-something Dally Dally
t ;yr, for the night.Picturesque. i MANUFACTURER; Only OulT SP= Onl7' Dally
the blue Monday and the depressing
is tho dress!! of these 011'I -- -- -r
blue Saturday and all the intermediate McG I NLEY I 200 P 1010 a .00 p B 20 a Lv ......J..Itoon.Ille...... AI' 'I 411 a 1100 I' B SO P ..,.. .. '
daughters of Dalecarlia J. B. { Boots and 2 )8) P 10 JI4 a a 011 I' 8 28 a AI' .?.110. o7aollllOnvllle,.,, L... 7, 87 a 11 SA 0 2'l P ... .
skirt with dark bodice and a gayly days of fret and labor-some source 1 :I 40 P 10 60 a 8 40 P B 69 a ........P.bln JJ..h__ T 05 a 111\0 a ,1\0) p'... .
a cheer. Because of tho ; Shoesi 11'111' 10 Err a 8411 II II 04 a {.' _Ulantlo Dwtoh...... 7 00 a 11 411. 4 ..:.. '
striped apron. 'The dress is short, 'of positive have mad ( i 8 00 P 11 10. 7 00 p S 20 a .._..May orl...._ 16 a 11 ISO a s 481'\\ .. .. .

and the stockings, of which they are lack ot.'this people gone Repairing in All Kinds of Lea'ter

very lain are embroidered in glowing in These their cells Chilly are, sad not colored always life inside cells.of .. Goods Neatly: Done I 1 I'LMNSIUR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI: 1

colors. Smart caps of black /and _
prison walls .nor are all the prisoners I .
% red complete the costume. Low spirited and depressed I Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company For
;, 'These girls are as good' As they I convicts. of life lock us in Funeral I Director Indian Tanned Buckskin
views may
; are industrious and are of great cruel turnkey. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

to their parents churning putter as effectually as a ,
help c'; .
making cheese and 'helping inS A Mean Trick. and Horsehide Shoes Th.... Time Table.show the times at which tralna. may bo expected to arrive.at and depart
: from the several" stations.tint their arrival or departure at tbe tlmxa stated. In not guuranuwitnor r.
work of the farm
the general/ Milly-1. she so mean then ? V !&tbt.Company to be hold. re.ponalbl,..lor any delay or any ... uouoeaaristn5therefrom. ,i;,

_y A Blind Spot In the Eve. Polly-Oh, the meanest girl that and -.:- L FOR TENDER FEET j 1

"'"" It is remarkable that although: ever lived!1Vhat do you think she w For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

the optio nerve is of all parts of the did? Olive St. North ot New Jefferson Blo "
"SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
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the most sensitive to light yet "Vrtiat?
eye .
t; should &n object fall on it 6S.we "Why: the night of her party she .EmbalmerBoth J. D. RAHNER Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
in the -
conservatory
phonograph
''look around us- ;-and some objectK put
must always be thrown on it-it is and now she has had a recordof S. H. RICHMOND, Agent I

'> invisible to us, and in our field of all the foolish things said by no D. W. FENTCDN & 0.

there is in, reality a gap, fewer than seven Jove making cou Perrine' Grant Land Company .
vision
ti who licensed by the State to embalm ...-.. ,, .r .
though in ordinary sight the surrounding ples. And she won't tell us ItHAl KSTATIJ.CUTLER. -.;_--.:........... .;xs;.'::'.:>P' # Undertakers andEmbalmers I Ir
of the girls .N "-""' .
edges of this gap draw up they are, so every one and prepare bootee for shipment.' .t;;

a together and so fill it. But by closing in oUr set is; worried... Lady assistant. -FIOR1DA- --- au, & fv?
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' 1"a'- actually one "force eye by the practice object one which my is The Old Japan. Ono tainuio Cough Cure -...... = *.ZXSZXZ. i 2.;:Z:*

to Two centuries ago the traveler For CouQhs Colds and Croup. Blnrk Narcia, PALM :
reflected on to the optic nerve allowed Gruber Mroet WEST BCACH FLA 4a

,. disappear/ completely from the field in Japan, had such been the, IS?OTICE ... -.... -. _-- .. n_
in places
1 w vision.. Bernstein tells us that would have seen public -
of
t itself can J>e mado to : following declaration in Chinese' Sotii'e In l hu,-.h1; Sh'C'I'-t\! ahullon loc JIHIil r
event e.llun'if it fall exactly on the characters, "As long as the sun shall'vriirm day l or JanualJ..t.. l h. IJOts aptiy to the lion...A, DYSPEPSIA CURE
f. dl app 4t the earth, let no Christian be K: Ilot|.. .blind spot where the optic nerve entm let ul iliMilutifv, .? 'iKlintiiiiitiiitor( of tho
to Japan, and for u It \
the eye. This may account for go bold as to come l3 ain estate of John limit\ KotH. ilvcraiwtLIlntixt : ,'L4 DIGESTS \YIIATYOU BAT
l all know that the king'of I>.,IHO5. 00
close- .if July. Jf
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the fac that some people can lliUl.Hth day rL '1.00 bottl..tnwiea Zit Nm..th.M.I.Mu. ebws wll.far SO--
$ and stare the summer BUD himself or the Christian'* God or JOHN P, NnrtPPFU.AdminiHtintorat ; r w <-, .......... e.LY ar Y.. .....,...1'0.. ... .. .
.one eye he violates' flhlll.tnttlif JwtllanryRoth ,
God of all if !: / .
--1-** "*r"'*' the'great B. C. DnWITT & COMPANY CUIC. .GO. ILL
t without winging
,."- this command shall pay for iC! with I
his head. ,

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sah r" about florida > Register KickThe i
members of the West Palm Beach .
t u; The noted author, Kiik ]Munroe, bas ,
arrived at his winter home at Cocoanut Junior baseball team, known as the "., ../ "
Grove. "Young..Americas," have prepared the : Save Your Nerves ,
Lots.Choice
Yf following roast for Bob Taylor.of Miami, .
,e e, The 25.003 bond of the Florida East sod request that it be printed under the : What's the use of anything ? Nothing-when feet [ache: :
,lr Cost Railway for Its good faith in be. your
i h' ginning the construction of the Key caption "Bob's Revenge on the Small : andjou are Irritable! and all tagged:; out frorathe:] ]tortures' o T1TI' I :
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f'' p. West extension from the mainland ol the Boys Ball fur'Players'the Scorching'of West; he Palm Received Bench from at : fitting shoes, At such time remE'mbU "Qupen Quality" for ladies- : l Residence Lots

I, f Florida has been approved 'and filed (In Titusville." : and 'W. 1., Douglas" for men and boys, the "' .

1 the office of the secretary of'state. __ "Saturday October 13, we accepted e Shoes that Have. Made Life Worth Living i I

The fourOsteen brothers each heldin an invitation frow 'Miami, to play a
from
For Countless Thousandswho $200
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up ;
3rda the sum of cue thousand dollars to friendly game of ball and at tile appointed : '

V appear at the November term of the time met the Miami Small\ Boys. To : hare been distressed like you., And besides, there is a bond' of : semi-annual
one-third cash balance
'by
court in St. Johns couoty for the murder our surprise, tbe Honorable Prosecuting : sympathy between tneirprlea and your purse. $2.50 to '3.50 the : ,

of the two Carter boys at Moultrie Attorney of Dade county appeared ou : pair. "v Installments, on reasonable.time, accord '

l f d last week. The fifth brother James Os. the diamond and began to bulldose and : We are also showing the latest fashions ia GENTS FURNISHINGS : ing to price of lot. "

teen, is still at large. select older players than we were sup. S aud CLOTHING. Our IIATS'talk for themselves. Ask to : ,
'" A sensation was caused In front ol the I posed to meet, and went so far as to in- see tbem. : For plats and information apply to {

i courthouse in St. Augustine Monday terfere with the umpire in his decisions. : ( WALLACE R. MOSES

-",' when Louis Micfcler horsewhipped 1'e -I He said he.had (10 for the Miami team THE SIRKIN.OOa ,

ry Green. The latter bad written uu but would not give it to them until we I Agent Florida East Coast Railway Land Department. '

? insulting letter to the former's wife and had left for home, so that the Miami JEFFER$ON. BLOCK WEST PALM BEACH; :
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West :Palm Beach Florida.
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,I should entertain team.with : ,
be given unmerciful flogging. team, not out .
was an the We therefore .........S.S.......:.".....*SS.SS...SSISS............
R. Sanchez, 60 of Arm.I any of money refuseto "
Mrs M. aged "% %%%"%% 4
h strong, died suddenly Tuesday night in play with any team that acknowledge- "" f
Heart failure the es the authority of our worthy l 1"r secu- Boa-oj" -'--_.--.-----.,...
St. Augustine. was tyo01to1tort01lOR01to1toalCatoaIOKOROR
) : 1 ) J JQ1sls
'Usst Ulntsr:
't" cause. ling Attorney of D..de county. Web4. e --- _.._-..--_._.._ --....-. )7lotaoiloi/Ot10i107101toi1011o110 .... eY
h .no kick coining against the players' except r
The line of the Seaboard Air Line o.
i spur

c;; .a..1 to to connect be built Bradentown at once. with Manatee is Signed!their, coach'-Bob.Walker Willie Fremd'jimWillson Carlile '' The Virginia I i I -OBENSUECEHBER 1005 FIRST ifo o V G. G. Strohm CompanyFHMILY ." ,1 x s'

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S. C. Taylor, the Jacksonville real estate tfo ;
r agent, who last week shot and'"-,killed w -. ''. Elmer Schultz Centrally Located Hot and Cold Baths Electric Lights; Throughout:

a t ; a negro woman tenant,hals been;remanded '"'r 'Walter ChilHng'woith Largo, Cool Room, and CnlHln the very "<,,,t. RAt 2.OO Per Day. is from Rat.byI IfV GROCERIES
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week or mouth. Carriage; run.1n connection with house to and trap Ifv o
to (Jail without ball. Taylor, whose. ,(. ;> GradyjCreech MRS. A L, HAUGH, Proprietress. If(
x an ex-policeman, claims self defense .. .
.... Chas. M. Gruber o o
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,,.',y. At a meeting of the Jacksonville: city -" -- : Lacey W. Metcalf NOW OPENThe K o Fancy Food ProductsGrain ; ,Jt

council Tuesday night a "Jim Crow" Roscoe Anthony 'x Eatman A Winter esort-that V o -- .: w'
btreet car ordinance was passed and .
Ni r. will Please you. V "
I is lOW! a law. Two negro members of o .' and Provisions. ..., o ,
the council vigorously opposed the measure QUrcC:(? {? r. Near Lake Worth and Centrally Located. All Modern Improvements. V S t. i o v

I, but It counted nothing. Address MRS. S. E. BARMAN, Box 127, West Palm Beach, Fla. i'" : JEFFERSON BLOCK g
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r"V.: J. Morgan, general mau:'gerof tbe Baptist. OPEN NOVEMBER 10 o /,o

L; I' r Daytona-Ormond Automobile Meet, bag Preaching tomorrow at it a tn. and 7 The Palms 1 Larze.'New Four-Story Ad- .S West :Palm Beach Florida.i'.

'cp', given out the information that the Minneapolis p. m., by Rev. H. H. Sturgis. dltlon Now Being Built. o "r"gGa

t Club will offer a $zooo trophy Sabbath school at 10 a m., Children's i ,Ir'' ,
A 'larite lioinn like hotel, wpll-ajumlnteil and beautifully Incnteil, the comtorr'* without YMottolsoko>lolaottolaolaoklolaotao.rYOitoleokoirol.otaotao+.ostotaota r I
ii:. to be competed for annually on the Day. Band meets at 3 pi: m., and Young Peo the coat of the more extensive ones Mtuntefl on Luke Forth; opposite the Royal i
I/\/!' tona-Ormond course. The Minneapolis >le', Society meets at 'olnulann[ Hotel. White WlJltr<'MMPA. electric bell, good flahlnir, hunting and boating
1 7 p.m. every Itatea : W: Co and$)per day,.ptclal rates by the week THE PALMS.Went Palm Beach.NOWrOPEN.

of Clnb nine will cars also to run the a meet solid next Pullman January.train Sunday.Prayer service every Wednesday eve smrwwwwmunirwwww" " " "UflmiftnnTnmrmnIfgrrc" '?" "!" '

A noteworthy incident of the revival! ning at 7, conducted by J. L. Grier. Seagle I House ;i Jefferson !' i iieei

''' recently conducted by.Rev. C. C. CarrollAt ; Block- E. Th e i plarmaey I ;

.'!r,' \\.t! Bljtchton was the accession of the venerable Methodist Episcopal. ((.No. i
: .: "A.HOME AWAY FROfl HOMECentrally .
\: ", Mrs. Sparkman to that church. Services Sunday at II a. m., and 7:15: == -
located and near Lake Worth. Cool),airy room. bent table service
... She transferred her letter from the Pel'lowship p.m. Sabbath school at 9:45: a. m., Geo.L :; Clematis Ave. and Narcissus. ==
Rules $a.oo Per Day Special Rates by the Week or Month -
/ church. Mrs. Sparkman I is one !' Brannlng, superintendent. EpwortU F. V. SEAGLE, Proprietor == A foaming/ glass of soda would ::.a:: yr7'tt
J.i' hundred and nine years old. She was League service at 3 p.. m., Mrs. G. G. ::. taste good, nQw,wouldn't it? Well :::::;; u'
four years old when George Washington Strohm, president. OPEN come and gel it. It Is here waiting ;;;;;i t q
died.-Oca\a Star. -. Prayer meeting every Wednesday eve S. :: ; 507,4 for you all the time. Is there any == r rc
ttlggS Cottage ; r kind you dote on ? It is here. And ,, ;k
;" At a meeting of the brickmasons'tuion ning at 7:15.: ;:Home. there are quite a number of newfie l'iiavoreandcombinatfonsthatarefit
4
'" in Tampa Monday night, Charles Rev. Henry Hice, pastor. :: :::::
t" Potter was shot and killed by Tom Mc-, Hot and Cold Baths. Wholesome Homo Cooking. No consumptives Taken (for angels. Yon know, of ctmrse: :: ;
Evernia Street, Near Lake Worth, West Palm Beach Florida :::: "bow: we serve our soda ; In good;' ==
tbe result
'" Gucklln The shooting; was Cotpegaticnet. == .- ,
generous glasses. Plenty of flavoring :::
pL.' of a quarrel between Potter and the Me- Services will be held Sunday at n a, _. .. MRS H. E. BRIGGS,. Proprietress == and soda. ..Not any more froth ==
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,\. : Cucklin brothers who are contractors, m. and 7:15: p.m. Sunday school at. to A Select Boarding-House of than we can help. Come today. ==
over the hiring of negro bricklayers.and a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30: p. m. High Order == J Come every day. == '
n ( t t ra r0
I I a roo
l the slayer of Potter claims that his ac- Prayer meeting every Wednesday. evening fT\\ Located: on Olive St., near == Headquarters for ==

;' ,: lion was in defense of the life of his at 7:15.: I' the Lake Front == PULASKI CREAM == ..,..... ,

'.r brothers. Rev. F. W. Weatherwax, pastor. Kleetrlo Light: .h..t and cold. bath, and other modern nonv..nlvn..'ii. Table .ervlee:i m
the bent. Kate#' to 1"IO a week. Vurr.>>|>oiinulicltert.MRS. :fI 11jl1JilJl1Jl.Jl1JrJ"jl'Jl1Jl1l11jl1. JlldlldllJIIIUJIIJIIIIIdlllllJdllC
v z' Two murder trials are the principal RANK UARLISO, Proprietress
features of the special term of the circuit Holy Trinity, Episcopal.
i )
r court being held in Pasco county. Early celebration of Holy Communion

The 150,000 educational bonds recently on the first and third Sundays of each CITY MEAT MARKETT.

: voted at Gainesville have been sold mbn lh. A. FEASTER, Proprietor. .
to 7 p. m. Florida add Weslern Meats Poultry, Game and Egg
state fair association, at Tampa,
has decided to extend an invitation to Rev. Dwight Cameron, Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention.
Priest in
Hon. Leslie M. Sbaw, secretary' of the Charge.
-, treasury, to formally open tbe fair Nov. Jefferson Block WEST :PALM BEACH
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A Christian Science TIlE BEST ACCOUNT t'
J5th.
,, Levy county is talking of building ee First Church of Christ, Scientist, West I that you overhead or ever will read I U a bank account. And the longer

: new courthouse to cost not less than Palm Beach, Fla.;up stairs in Masonic the account the more Interesting; it Is. Why not *ta.t such an account for v I

a lij.ooo. Temple, west of Bank, on Clematis ave Sonthern Railway yourself? The method Is simple and easy All you have to do Is to bringa

The Southeastern Stockgrowers Association nue. Sunday services at ncoa m.;Sun- few dollars to 1i ,.
day school at loo: a.m; testimonial or
offers a supplemental reward of experience meetings every Wednesday The Dade County State Bank West Palm Beach, Florida ,;t

1 Mfi et 7:30: p.m. The subject of the lesson- .../ your ta- ;
party er parties guilty of fehce-cutting sermon next Sunday is : ( hen! the first step in what prove the nucleus of a fortune. .: "';
or other depredations against the stock' "
"Everlasting Punishment." Text \ ,
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of Osceola { Two through fast
growers county.
fi "Your iniquities have turned away these
f A Pensacola negro preacher bas been things, and your sins have wKhholden Broadwell Moore
f
a A fined and sentenced to serve thirty days good things from you."-Jeremiah 5:25: trains daily between -
) 7 In the this week for obstinatelyviolating
city jail
All are cordially invited to attend these .
Have Bought the I
the "Jim Crow" street car or- services.
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I1 dinance.
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W. W. Orout is building an opera Faith.Not Necessary. PHARMACY.. 1

house on Avenue D. at Miami. It will Yon may be just as skeptical and pessimistic -. the South and have consolidated the two stocks ;.i.:; .

y have a seating capacity of 750, and will\ as you please. Kodol will digest ;'
will be to have all of the
They pleased firms
be modern in respect. what you eat whether you eat or For customers of the two call upon ; :t.: l
,, every particulars them at their'new stand in the "
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not. You can put your food in a bowl, "
tr r 'Owing to the difficulty in seeming a ''' .1 w.
; sufficient number of negro laborers on pour a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure nn Jefferson Block West :Palm Beach 'r '1
and it will digest it tbe same as it will sleeping car reservations
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'the Key West railway extension, a hip -- ---... --- ---- -__.- _
in stomach. It can't help but cure r
your
t load of three hundred Italians have beau GRAFTED 1
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Indigestion and Dyrpepsia. It ia curing etc. address I
brought from New York and put to BUDDED Ivlulgoba -
hundreds and thousands--some had faith mangoes .
worn. and didn't. Kotlol will cure
some
Two weeks ago Governor Broward apr if medicine can cure 'you whether yon you Largest Collection<< of Crotons In the United States ?alma, Phyllao x
h : his brother-in law, Mr. M. A. I Lhus; tc. Allpotgr6..n. Full Line Of Citrus
r, pointed have faith in it yr not, Mrs J. P. Bailey, I StOCk
; '-i Brown, who was also his private secretary Waugh; Vs-, says: "I am 81 year.,.old. i : : grown on Higu Spruce Pine Land.! Address -

;. I ,i to the position of sheriff of Duval Several years I suffered extremely with JOHN B. BEACH. West Palm Beach Fla
county. Mr. Brown was formerly supervisor Indigestion and dyspepsia. My grandson ; J. O. LUSK: 4

: of registration of Duval county, A. Bailey,Jr a merchant at All .' rn.v/Yvvv.. .. ..VT?.VTV W YtVVT>myymyyyyyy.
and according to law he is not eligibleto wood, Va sent me a bottle of Kodol District Paeeenger AgentLJHckannsille I Fla. E it .''IC

hold the office of sheriff for that rea Dyspepsia Cure. The world ought to J SUMMER HOTEL CHICAGO .
son. The law says that the supervisor know of the supreme benefits an aged C .
shall not be eligible to sufferer has received from this great( ---- -- 'n."""
of registration I

!-< i+ 4' ceasing any other to office be supervisor.until' six months after eat medicine.all food.It-" entirely Suld)by cured A. G.me RI and gel.can (QJe ([top cal Sun HOTEH DEIi PRFnoH r


Wards off Pneunjonla. A I1i b-CIt\M family and Transient Hotel. '

All coughs.t.!cold: and pulmonary complaints Located ""t..n. Boulevard Washington. aDd Madison Avenw,.. froatingoe the Mid", ,,.,
Gardenjieed adjourning the Chicago University. tParlor
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that are curable are quickly cur
t Just received afresh line of garden ed by One Minute Cough Cnre. Clerrs JOB DEPARTMENT = and, Bedroom from with$30 Private to $40 Bath and Board mr Two 'P ople' v

1 seeds of all kind from a' standard seed the phlegm, draws out iuflamatlon and to: per Week. ,
r Co. I I : "*' """""..from downtown eta'
Produce Illinois
:,; ',; house. Lake Worth heals and soothe* the affected. parts, All trains, .itop at 68rd HU to which Central Railway
strengthens the lungs: : ward off pneu Is equipped with modern machinery and applIances % baifitaa should be CbehtJ.:

J' kills scale on citrus trees monia. Harmless and pleasant'to take. I Land t BRADLEY MUSEHVB. Procters.' -
k t Thrip Juice work in that is .tonow'r
c r For sale by J. B. McGtnley. Sold ty A, G. Riege' executes a style up eAVUAUUALAAUUAAlAAA1'AwIAWIlUAIUA AAA4U11. 6 ,

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