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: November 1, 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
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System ID: UF00075915:00086
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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GEO.1.1. BACON paragra hs 'of .,., OPEN FISH SEASON People as and'["heyCome Go/ HAY HAVE AN



z. Lowney's candies. Mcjewskt's. : I COMMENCES[ TODAYAbout Mrs. Lee Allen is visiting her parents t ',

i Home-madebread. fresh every day, at Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H./Maltby,
Faber Brothers! si6tf I Miss Lucy Goode of f Ojun Is in the city ..,
Windowof Some Talk of Event the
from Third Story ----- an on
visiting relatives and acquaintances.
Miss Evelyn, Clark has opened her
.Burning! Hotel in Atlantic music class here and is ready to take Captain and Mrs. Jarvis were recent New Rock Road Between ;
Boats and Crews Go Out from West Palm
pupils who desire instruction on the Forty visitors to Mr. and Mrs Bert Kappdown
Here( and Miami.
: City N. J.
: piano. 0281 the lake.
Beach. A Business Industry that Has
The Lake Wotlh Produce Company t Mrs. M.W Garrett, of Miami, is spend-

i A special dispatch from Atlantic City, has installed commodious stands for the Assumed Great ;Proportions. lug!: a fetm-days in the city, the guest of One of the attractions for tourists in''

k N. J., to the Philadelphia.North Amerl- display of fruit and vegetables: in frontof friends .' West palm Beach next season may be

,can, under date of October 29, gives the store. t J Clarence'Whlpp'.e: is filling a' position an automobile race between this city a'p

l startling details of the burning of lintel Several of the young'people attendeda In the postoffice( during the absence of and Miami. While no definite Information -

Eastbourne:; In which Mr. George Warder "spook" party at the home of Annie The open season for fishing la the lakeIs I I I River and Lake Worth Fish Companywill Deputy Postmaster Clarke to this fleet has been given out,

Bacon of this city, had a narrow es Mae Whipple last evening and enjoyed 'on today, and a busy scene may be send out at least fifteen crews The Among!: the visitors to the county seat the following from Wednesday's Times. a

cape from a horrible death. Mr. Baconis themselves: immensely witnessed all along the railroad pier greater number of thes'e crews go to the hU week was Mr. G. C. Strohm who I Union shows that such a thing/ may be .
numbers of boats and their crews getting ocean where the bulk of fish Is caught. i expected :
of the of Pelican' Lodge,
owners arrived from
oue Mr. Frank Sample has had both business and pleasure to look
in readiness for work.. The East Coast Fish Company will Ibis "There will be two automobile
attractive ,
one of the, prettiest and most Fort Pierce and will\ be in charge of the after. I
winter homes in the Cottage City. The focal branch of the Indian River and A representative or,The'Tr oplcal Sun year as formerly, be under the personal tournament in the South this year, the
this morning called on the fishermen management of Mr. J. B. Beach, the I I Miss Story an accomplished young first on the Ideal sandy beach, at Or
dispatch reads as : this .. I
+ follows Lake Worth Fish Company season. of arrived last '
e ."This entire fire department was along the pier and found that the past ,president of the company, and Mr. II W. 1 lady Jacksonville, even. moud, the otU,'i at Havana, between ,
city's For the first-time in its history the I and will spend the winter in WesfPalm ti
; 'Seward while the local branch of the ng which will be
called out today to save the Hotel, *East i few months has fallen below the average a tournament <,l
bourne,on Pacific avenue. front windows of The Tropical Sun office 'general: fishing, but now that the open,, Indian Rl)er and Lake Worth Company Beach at Palm Beach and possibly a iSo-tmle i' 'R

"Black smoke poured through the hotel were treated a heavy coat of soap last season for lake fishing is on It is hoped will be looked after by Mr. Frank Sample Deputy Postmaster: Paul Clarke left race over the new toad now in the coutse !

corridors, and. excited guests gave night the result of Hallowe'en pranks' that there\! will soon be something doing, of Fort Pierce, a member of the pesterday.niorning for a two weeks visit of construction between Palm Beach. and i
Thanks. A business is expected fo< among relatives and friends at Fort Mlauii.
the firemen much4rouble. Several per- prosperous firm.The
soa'bad narrow escapes from being suffocated Caused by some oversight or accidentto the next few months in pompano and fishing industry in this city is one Payne, Alabama. and other points.. ".1 !greater number of hlgh-powerd..

.> while attempting to-save valua the generator the lights in the, Methodist Spanish mackerel, as well as bluefish of its leading enterprises, turning loose Alderman A. P. Anthony spent Mon- I cars than were gathered together; befo.e, t. q

A bles. church went out during service and The two former varieties are considered inVest Palm Beach during the Jew day in Miami looking to business matters are expected for the speed trials over j

"One man-George W. Bacon.of Palm lamps were resorted to to furnish illumi the best sellers taken from Florida months of the season something like and making himself socially agreeable Florida's hard. sandy stretch of fourteen

Beach, Fla.-cut off from the stair, nation waters, and always command fancy fifteen or perhaps twenty thousand dol- to his numerous friends. nines, and most of them will go to Cula

leaped from a third story window and : Still at the old stand. Send us your prices, while the supply never exceedsthe lars. A great portion of the catches of Judge "B. Isler and Edward Edwards, for the road race there in Febiuary, to

reached the ground uuioured.] laundry. 'Satisfaction guaranteed at demand. pompano and mackerel are used by the of Neptuue, were la. the city Monday to be held under Government supervision

"The firemen kept tbe flames confined Strahan's Steam Laundry.Tbe This morning it was learned that the big hotels on the Fast Side, and practically prove up their homestead claims before with thousands of soldiers to guard the

practically'to thebasementand first floors- + Ladies'Aid Society the Conl_ east Coast Fish Company wiM operate all of the money paid out as wages United States Commissioner W.'I Met- course." y4
this season with at least twenty-five and for fish is spent in the city by the calf. Best Dairy Products.
Full insurance coven the damage. The gational church withhold its first meet 'I

R'.4 property downed by'Mrs. Bogel.M lug of the month t 3 o'clock tomorrow crews, or fifty men, while the Indian I.fishermen. DeputyShedffAugus Martin, after a If you want good, pure, aereated,

afternoon at the residence of Mrs,Heck- -. -.---- ---------,- visit of several days to his orange grovein wholesome milk try the Palm Beach

An Outing on Lake Worth erl. Tea will ;be served. All are cordially -, --I Eau Gallie'sMilitary the Oieechobee county, has returned Dairy. Purity and cleanliness our

Now is your opportunity to visit pointsof invited. Philosophian ,. home and is on duty again Mr. Martin specialty. Drop us a card. Will de.

interest along LakeWorth. Take a It is currently reported that ex-Mayor SchoolSeveral reports bis property in fine condition.: liver as early as y.y: a.m. c

trip to Munyon'a Island, Riviera, the Wblllden is planning!: to make Daytona Literary Society ,. Mr. C. J. Lautber returned last night

his home-temporarily at least. He is .. from Jacksonville, where he has been Circuit Court
where. much impressed with the place and may The regular weekly meeting of the weeks ago The Tropical Sun employed during the past summer. Mr

ut, on the launch Rosalind A. D. Mer. make property InvstmeDtsthere on the Philosophian Literary Society was held told oi the leasing; of a hotel at Eau Lauther win next season be found in his
u14. chant, master same plan that be did in West Palm on Oct 27th in.the school auditorium.The Gallic by the Kentucky Military Institute accustomed place, in charge'of the Palm i
Beach meeting was called to order by which will hereafter hold its winter Beach Hotel cafe. 1
roll-call the sessions in Florida. The Institutewill Miami Record furnishes the following ,
and after ,
Data Mr. B. F. Carter received a dispatch i the president Miss: Josephine Lindley, who has
Interesting at Eau Gallic in January and synopsis of the closing doings of
minutes of the previous meeting wale open
Monday from his brother Joseph that the summer with relatives in De-
remain there for three month It is spent the fall term of circuit court for this circuit
: his father had died at Maynor, Ga. Mr read and approved.The Land is expected to reach West Palm
About Weather then believed that this will be made a per- :
Carter left here Monday night for San following programme was Beach next Saturday. evening, and will
manent feature and that later many Quite unexpectedly to the officials the
lord where 'he expected to meet his rendered : spend the nftnter with her sister, Mrs.\V.
Institutions of learning fall term of the circuit
I. Walter Chillingworth other northern court came to an
The following data covering a period brother and go with him otf the sad jour Declamation, II. DaCamara.Mr. .
Recitation "Grandmother's Beau," will follow the example of the Kentucky abrupt ending this ( Monday) morning
of seventeen years, have been complied: ney. Ruth Cook Institute. K. B. Raulerson, of Fort Pierce A special venire lor jurymen to serve ,

x' from the Weather Bureau records' Halloween was rather tamely cele- Concerning the proposHdremoal the one of the best known cattlemen along this week had been issued and the sum

Jupiter, and are Issued to show the con brated, much to the satisfaction of mer- Recitation, 'The Reason Why,Brelsford Herald Presbyter Kentucky has the the East Coast, is spending today in the mons servedwith the Intention of trying

ditions that have prevailed during the chants and otbers who have been put to Wonderland Margery ," following today: city on business. This is Mr. Raulersou's the -remaing. cases on the docket this

A; month of November for the above periodof much incouv.enience:. expense here- Piano Solo, "Alice Margaret Hood 'The Kentucky Military Institute, atLyndon first visit to West Palm Beach in several week. ,

years, but must not be construed as a tofore by removal of signs and other Blacksmith," Ky tried to limit the numberof months, and ne notes a great many But ,when court assembled at 9 o'clock
"The Village
forecast of the weather conditions for movable Ther were innu I but itound changes t : it found that
property. Marion Liddy its cadets to one hundred boy! was Attorney G. 'A.Worleybad
the present month: merable "spooks" on the streets but Recitation "The Open Sea," f. it impossible to do roo The enrollment Miss Ruth Turner arrived last even.'] been taken ill, and as he represented

Mean or normal temperature 71 8 de. they did not molest anyone. Dora Doster I is 123, and no more will betaken ing from Greensboro, N. C., and will all of the untried accused, it was impossible
;, grees. The warmest month was that of Th.highest tides for a period of twelve D.-clamation, Sidney'Wilson although they have received spend the winter with her: sister, Mrs. to ito to trial on any of the casey

19",a, with an average of 74.6 degrees, I months have prevailed here during! the I Debate, "Resolved, that more is gained numerous applications. Cbas B Kendall, Datura street. Tbls Judge Jones accordingly!: discharged the .j n

white the coldest month was that or 1901, past two or three days. Yesterday the from extensive reading in history than I "A part of this remarkable sucscss is Is Miss Turner's first visit to Florida, jury and imposed the following sentences -

/with an average of 66.6 degrees. The water in Lake Worth was nearly three I II of fiction." Affirmative, Philip Heim due to the new idea in education, that .and she is simply delighted with West :
litgbest temperature was 87 degreej on Elsie whole school to Florida Palm Beach. Solomon Joshua, colored, convicted of
Jjf; feet above high water mark, and the and Bessie Andrews ; negative: of moving the
u'\. the 13th 1889. The lowest temperature I lake was 'very rou, h. This .\is supposed Broadwell and Edgar Lyman. for the winter mouths of January, Feb Miss Jennie' B. Kinyon of Troy, Pa., I an assault with Intent to commit murder,
:was on the 17th, 1901. The \ has was given a sentence of three. at t
43 degrees interesting. the and March. Colonel Fowled ,. years
I to be the result of the big storm that has The debate was very ruary was among: the incoming passengers onMonday's
date on which "killing" frost Indian' I hard labor in the state penitentiary.Oscar .
earliest the
sides being well leased furnished hotel on
been raging': up the coast for the past arguments from train. Miss Kinyon comes to
occurred in autumn Nov. 18. Average: several days. presented. The judges, Mr. Pennock.Dr. River, 190 miles south of Jacksonville, take pflsltlon with Branning Brothers in I Williams, colored, for an aggravated : ,

date on which first "Killing" frost occur- Mrs. Catharine Cook, mother of Mr. Liddy and Mr. Parrish: decided in and be will move the school on special their extensive l&dies' outfitting emporium assault, was given one year. in the r
red in autumn, Dec. 29. Average dateon train few days after the cadets return same institution.
Cook of this city, diet at her favor of the affirmative. a and will have charge of the skirt
which last "killing" frost occurredin Ben jamlue The new Will Dent cololed.who pleaded \ t
afternoon The society then -adjourned. frow their Christmas holiday. and cloak department. !guilty ..
Wednesday '
spring, Feb. 14. The latent date on home in Beresford on Helen B Hood, Editor.PIERCE'S Idea in education is being!: watched with to breaking and ent"rlog, and .taking
which hat "killing" frost occurred in of last week and wa i buried la the Interest by a great man r people. Shouldit Miss Alice Fagg!:, sister of Mrs. Geo. four dollars and a watch was given one
Beresford cemetery Mis Cook was Whitehall, left Sunday morning -
spring, April 7. BICYCLES at Cummings, the success that every one be. Cooper,
well advanced la years and bad very pro fur New York and will sail text year.Aaron
for the month winter will GriUio, colored who
M i Average precipitation bank, West Palm lIeves It In bound to do, next
2.83 inches .Average number of days many Mends who will regret to hear find other schcols doing the Satutdayon the steamship New York another and obtained possession ofa
leer death., Mr... Conk and family have Beach. .S' probably for England, spending the winter with check which he cashwas4"
I. with .01 at an Inch or more. Q. The ---- -" thing. Too high a value can not attempted to
T.t|.Igreatest; ;; t monthly precipitation was 6 49 the sympathy of the community in their Miss Shtppee Leaves Florida.The lame be placed on outdoor life for growing I her father, and while abroad will finish sentenced to serve one year in the peni
loss. her musical education. Miss Pagg'amany tentiary.
incbesin 1897. The least monthly pre latest Information concerningMiss bays nFinest
clp tlon was .73 Inches in 1900 The While In the city last Saturday Mr. Hanna P. Shlppee, the noted soprano 01 Lowney's Famous friends at Palm Beach wish for Denis Thomas,colored, for committing:

greatest amount of precipitation record I Harry L. Brown closed deal transferring soloist, whose singing won such assortment displayed in West Palm tier a pleasant trip and a safe return. grand "larceny by stealing bicycles, was w

ed I in any 34 consecutive hours was 4 hs: pretty Evernia street home to and appreciation both 10' Miami Candies ever Bakery, Clematis Mrs. W. II DaCamara and children given a sentence of two years. Thomas

inches on the 3otb, 1897 i Mr.!, E. E. Geer, from whom he purchased and praise Palm Beach last winter, is to the Beach, at Chocolates Msjewskl's and caramels in teturned Saturday evening Irom their is the man who has been held for so longa

Average number of clear days 10; part. ed property about two years ago. efiect that he has accepted a most liberal avenue. and hall pound boxes. protracted outing in Highlands N. C. time as a possible suspect in the Davis '
and pound
ly cloudy, is: cloudy, 5The prevail. For the present Mr and Mrs. Geer will I Il offer in Waxahachle, Texas, and bulk for West Palm Beach. They stopped over in DeLand several murder., *
lag winds have been from the east. The continue their residence on Evernia her duties as vocal instruct Exclusive agency days visiting relatives, and while there At half past 5 o'clock Saturday eve

average: hourly velocity of the wind is1 t(street but next spring may move to commenced university 'there last week. Mrs. DaCamaraaccordlogtotheDeLand ning the jury in the Burch case returned

f 10.8 miles. The highest velocity of the'I their newly acquired home. rest in the has added her repertoiretwo Notice.The papers, was the recipient of a number of a.verdict of guilty of assault and battery t Ir
the north-west, Miss Shippee regular monthly business meeting complimentary socail functions. They The indictment charged an assault wIth
tulle from
wind was 42 Mr. C. W. Schmid had a little firefighting of her own composition which
songs Haralson Gordon Chapterof I met in New Smyrna by Mr. Da-I Intent to commit muder. Notice of
a.V of the Fanny were ap ,
on the iSth. 1891. in Miami last week. at several popular
I experience froma she sang at concerts with great the U. D. C. wilt be held at the houseof Camara, who went up on the morning I peal from the verdict was! filed by Price
wasdrswinggeeo'lne this season
A young man summer resorts Mrs U. L. Hilller next Monday after- train Saturday. I and Rand, attorneys for the defence. w
For Sale at a Bargain. tank in the rear of Knight's grocery success. It is stated on good authority 6. It
and at o'clock-Nov. was on October and when-the court
One almost new 7 drawer drop head, store when from some cause the fluid: that Miss Shippee possesses a voice noon 3 Mrs. O. G. Strohm, Sec'y. From the DeLand News it is learned I began its session, and, it has been held

f oak Sewing Machine, In first-class work. become ignited, creating a big blaze: personality which in the near future Mrs. F. B. E.ereUl'realdent. that a license has been Issued for the continuously lor four weeks with the exception i,

fUR condition. A regular $30 machine.' which might have proved disastrous but will place her name among the MetropolisHave topmost. marriage of Miss Hattie B Finical and of one day and half of another.
first applicant. Ad- for the timely arrival of Mr. Schmid another singers of the d.r.-Mi.mi and at Cum-
Will go for $15 to Lathe work on brass steel Mr. Mr. John A. Wilder. Miss Finical

v dress box 432, West Palm Beach. who smothered the flames wit bikes repaired at Cummins mings.; ". was a former resident of this citv. and PIERCE: BICYCLES at Cummings li
the man who :your
sand. "Fortunately, :young bank All work was a saleslady Sirkin'a; Bazaar. Clematis ave oppMlte bank. t?"tM
opposite o-13-tf .
was drawing the gasoline escaped seri Clematis ave.. Wheels for rent at Cummlngs. .
kill scales on citrus trees '' \ .
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guaranteed. .
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$t I'f'I'f'j', \\ THE TROPICAL{ SUN.1 1t I I1" :-=- A ... I 1 ,V,' I'" ,,,7, i.rh. I ::1'

: Pioneer. Piper ot Dad County.; Florida. Thing That Ar* Said to Foretell Sun : ;; r
Friend '
= I hn! or Storm. One .., ,,.:
lo'' 1 t t( PnblUb' ;; Every' Widntudaj eat Saturday If it clears off in the night, look Y Yr Ya

for rain the next day. If smoke a
1, from the chimney settles instead of Tells Another f

1 80BHCHIPT1ON PRICE, 3.00 PICK YEAR.w rising, there is a storm at hand. .,\' ,'
t" When} sound travels distance
a lop; ,
'* 4\\I' Tropical Sua Puolishlng Comp'y, there is also a storm near. Never BEST J s
expect much storm in the old of the that you ever'reaiJ' or ever-will rend Is a bank account And the lonjrer, 1i1i
,, KENDALt. Manager.Botered
t' CHAS. B. moon. The absence of dew and un. the account the more Interesting<< !; it i I.... Why n&t start such an"ui-count for about ,'the completeness

,' at the J-onUifnce ol Wed Fa.j !Reach usually heavy dew are alike forerunners yourself? Tlie .:method la simple and elts}'. All you buve to do Is to t ring, .;

/(? econd-clMH matter. of rain. Not much frost need a few dollars to. v of .our HA RDW ARE, :

,k be expected in the light of the moon. The pale County State Bank, West Palm Beach, Florida a 1w- r
t: An owl hooting in the hollow is _._ stock, the fairness of our '
.' Key West a sign of a" cold storm; on the hill it and your part In done' eo tut} an starting Is f! nct>rned. Yo will have) taken -- .- '. '

t foretells! a thaw. If the hornets' the first: tltf'p'I.n "what V MA .prove. v V" ,the tmclenn of a; hrrr JI,une!, .. _, v",.,;* : Figure prices and the courteousness .
Extension Notes build low, the winter will be hard. v With .
,t .\'then leaves fall early the winter of our treatment "! ,;
1 :' ,' Metropolis has the foU6w- will be long. When snow falls on a 'list of customers ....
The Miami Soctthfetn For and so our :
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l fOR conconlag work on the Key West hard road it will not last long. The : y '
last'spring snowstorm never comes and grows
extension : building grows :
< f 1 : .;
until after the which .
1 : An Interesting sight was witnessed "sugar snow, ",,' ; ;' '. ', :

I here Friday afternoon when a train composed may be recognized by coming in unusually .- :) from weekjbo week., ,

; of twelve flat cars loaded several large flakes and lasting onlya Supplies <
few minutes. If the hog's milt is I
: feet blgh with: crosrUes! 5oe cbooaes! '
j jI
found big at the front the first part Two w.-
ditching through
carrying/ negroes and a powerful
machine on a'flat car, passed down of winter will be most severe. If, ; J 4.
the reverse is true we look for Hatchett-DaCamar ,Harte .CO.-;
t tberoad to the Homestead country,wtiere may tr ins.d i be- l '
hard weather in February and y" ) : .
the material and men will be used in ': March. Bright "northern lights"bring West Palm Beach, Florida .. 1
I" carrying on! the K:'y West extension of "
severe cold. Sun indicate tw t North -
dogs fen the I
the F E. C. Ral:way from Homestead to .. J7 -
R.j a bad storm. .. : r,1',1',1'I
the coast at JewRsh Creek.where, It leaves ; ,
y the mainland via trestle to Key Largo. Distant sound heard distinctly and the' South.. I I 1"- ..,. -.,' ." '. .. '. ..; J. : : t
forebodes no good weather. If the Jlooo: ,}
of the flat cars contained an average "
Each ,
r : i i'f .
I t\ tit
sun "draws water" it will rain. t ;
of 300 lies, or 3.6jo io'aU. The train up 1 IUJUKlAIDT'SwtS.{ Palm Beach. Oet.554tOl'>
The pitcher sweating and the teakettle JJFor? particularsrf ;
l' wit* IU exceedingly heavy one, and it i i t
boiling dry also indicate rain. >UHB* i J
of the most powerful freight j
required one .

Ii! engines on the road to draw it. grass Cobwebs are thickly an indication spread upon of' fair the sleeping car reservations Delray, Not Baltimore, : : i

of steel rails (o- the extension ,
Fourteen cars '
weather. Animal life seems, ac the Money
work of the P. E C. R'y., passed etc. Gets
cording to the popular notion, to ad- ,!' '. : :
down to Homestead this morning. Thin have peculiar warnings regarding The Delray people have packed the nicest 2ltt!I t cnn of ''toma 2
is the first consignment of rails received .
p' the weather changes. Some of theseare toes for 10 ceuts.\ You will he pleased] to buy them because they ; rare
for this wurk and they will be used in 0 :
\ explainable by natural causes. home fresh Rood, and attend of outside pack for
carrying the road from Homestead to : > away any ,I
It is a fact recognized all intehligent 'ciress'J. .
10 cent that Is In the market. '
the coast here, it will leave the mainland stockmen that cattle have an :. ; ,

;, ( 1 by trestle for Key Largo and thence intimation of an approaching storm ; I AND THEN, there is their Okra and Tomatoes In 10 rent :

on south via the various keS and '',,'aterespaoBes some hours before it is viable to the C LUSK, cans. This is simply the finest we ever saws the{ okra being fresh':

to Key West.-Miami Metropolis human eye. There is certain rest- District Jacksonville*;; I and tender. ,
Passenger Agent Fla.'Atlantic' .
lessness ,which) the cowboy has learned These goods cost: \us 10 cents a dozen more than outside V
g tWV"\ a'( 1 For All Kinds of Piles, When to interpret at once. ones, but we willingly] turn loose that extra' ten tents at home ,V
see a big pasturing in
It, ..' rr To draw the fire out of a burn beal ap.z11' the field you build for ,itself a nest you Coast Line where it will slay( with ua all. O

\ :! cut without leaving a scar, or to cure may look; for a storm. Chickenstake \ Try 1 tt.eOE'! goods. You'll have no other once you know them." V

1 boils, sureSt tetter, eczema and all skin extra pains in oiling their ,THE .GREAT THROUGH CAn; LINE, FROM LORIDA

t'' and scalp diseases use DeWitt's Witch feathers just before a rain. Pea-. t. "" L. W. BURKHARDT. ,FINEST GROCERIES :"O
H zel Salve. A for blind bleed. CONNECTIONS t
fowls send forth their shrill asa
I N. B. Get our new prices on Hay,,Grain and Feed. t
lug itching and protruding piles Stops warning and when the cries The Over its to Savannah Q
quail Eas..t ,. own rails grit will pay you to purchase our Coupon Book*. %
the piu histaotly and cures permanent "more wet" from the meadow the

ly Get the xeuuiue. Sold by A. G fanner works briskly to get his hay Charleston, Richmond and Wash <>-<'-0-1 1;

Rl"gel.O under shelter.-Putnam's Magazine. via AU Rail ington, thence via Pennsylvania Ry, "

:account of the annual meeting of -

the Southern Educational Association The An Unanswerable Argument The The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery
superintendent of the Indian West
which meets at Nasbeville No.
vember 22 to 2$, inclusive the Atlantic school at Chamberlain, S. D., nodded The Mobile & Ohio, via Dloutgomery
toward a prim, little girL ...
grave .
a, Cuast Line Railway has arranged to sell .
"Sometin t'8, he said "the

tickets one first class fare plus twenty- arguments Tn Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Com1pany. for Ne"
of children ; _
five cents for the round trip. These are unanswerable. The fClI t York, Philadelphia, BUlltOD. asS s'rr' ,
tickets will be on sale November 20 and You'see\ that little girl with straight Via Norfolk Steamer '10 New York, Washington and N.ild %
black hair tied with a red ribbon? more. ,
21, j bual limit of same will\ be November, Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners .
Well, her name is Arrow. She is achief's via TrsosportatJUD Corn },
Fur full formation cat steamship for Baltimore aDd
30. or sleeping paoV Philsdelphia. '
Her :
daughter. father and .
t reservations see. Atlantic Coast Line ratf r z 0
mother are quite civilized, and she
i events or write, is being brought up in a household as TO KEY WEST via Peninsular & Occidental I -I

: Frank C. Boy 1st on, and < '
civilized as a Bo&tonian's In ,

argument ij'i;
District Passenger Afcent", it is sometimes impossible to H A V NA Steamship[ CompanSOMETHING '

: ;i, Jacksonville, Fla. get the better of her: She said to .. ; .
NEW 1 :
her-mother *
I A Daredevil Ride one day: :' Interchangeable mileage\ tickets good over 13,000 miles of amung tile principv
'I ;
wish I had a new doll. railroads In the Southern :States, are on sale by the principal agents. : 'i
ten ends In A sad accident. To heal "
'But your old doll,' her mother, ,Through Pullman Sleeper. Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line.
; accidental injuries use Bucklen's Arnica answered, 'is as good as ever.* Frank C. B .yleston Commercial Agent W. D. Stark. Traveling Passenger

f Salve. "A deep wound in my foot. 'So am I as good as : little Agent, 138 eat BAY street. Aator.Building, Jacksonville Fla. II. M. Emerson
from an accident" writes Tbeodore Arrow retorted, 'but the ever doctor Traffic Mana er,. W.: J. Crai; *. General. :Passenger! Agent: Wilmington; N C. .
!' Schuele of Columbus' O.. "caused me brought you a new baby.' ,, -

i great pain. Physicians were helpless Faith Not Necessary.You .
I' but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly heal Everybody's ColumnMONEY
Willing to Economize.
II may be j just skeptical and
ed it." Soothes alhe burns like pessimistic ,
an J s Little Willie the .
attractive child
as you please. Kodol will digest '
q i" magic. 35C at all drug stores. of the washerwoman who has seen I J what you eat whether you eat or Tri-Weekly Sailings Between j '

better days, was taken to dinner bya TO LOAN.' not. You can put your food in a bowl,

The Largest. Book and Map. kindly disposed patron of his YOU" iAVE PROPERTY THAT pour a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure on JACKSONVILLE; ** NEW YORK ;
,. The largest book in the world, is mother. lie had the feast of his IF you want to Improve and need money It and It will digest It the same as it will 1 Calling at Charleiton. S.C., both ........ ;j !

Wj, in the British museum. It if! an atlas life, ordering almost everything on to do it with apply to Geo G. Crone, in your stomach. It cau't help but cure THE FINEST' STEAMSHIPS IN THK COASTWISE SERVICE '

measuring I 5 feet 10 inches by the bill of fare, and was finishing West Palm Beach. Indigestion and Dyrpepsia. It !I. curing/ <- 1

3 feet 2 inches and weighing close dessert when he announced that he hundreds And thousands--some had faith TilE CLVDE ,NEW ENGLAND ,AND SOU.TII.EJiN LINES. I

k k (! ,; upon' two hundredweight. The wanted more. Reason did not appea.l Leave your orders at The Tropical and some didn't. Kodol wilt cure you Direct Service Between '

largest map in the world is the to Willie, and after: several per- San monogram office for all stationery kinds of and engravedand visiting if m ,diclne can cure you whether you JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,

ordnance survey map' of England, emptory "Whys ?" from him his cards. have faith in i U or not. Mrs J. P. Bailey, AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.Calling :

it '. which covers over 108,000 sheets. hostess gave an excuse which she Waugh, Va', says: "I am 8t years old. EMI.WKKKiY at Charleston 8 AI both LUlU wage.,.. 1

In its prcparatfon' it cost ;:290,000u thought he could understand."It Everything In the printing line at Several years I suffered extremely: with Southbound From Lewis' ,
Wharf Beaton
,\ t: \. for The scale costs too much," she said. The indigestion and dyspepsia. Northbound From ;
year twenty years. Tropical Sun,. and all work executed My gtand- foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville- .
,: I" varies from ten feet to' one-tenth of "Oh, well, then; said Willie in a in the very neatest and latest: son, A. BailPy, Jr a merchant at All -' ,

': an inch to the mile The details loud and cheerful voice which pen style ot: the art. wood, Va sent"'"me a bottle of Kodol CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER 'LINE' .. \ '

J are so minute that maps having a I etrated the room, "legs? have some Dyspepsia Cure. The world ought 'to Between Jacksonville 4. t':
more ice water. That"doesn't and anford. .
t scale of }twenty-five inches "show cost know of the benefits /1( '
Fine line of latest style supreme an aged Stopping at
visiting rn.tkiL Astor
.. St. Francis
\ (" every hedge, fence, wall, building anything, does it? : New York sufferer hai received from this great: Intermediate Bereslord D.L.nd( ) and': i
cards and latest In
letters. The
*' I and Press. at medicine. It entirely cured me and can Landings on the St. Johns R1nr. ,
even isolated tree in the
1 every Tropical Sun. Call and all food." Steamer "
) ----- see sample eat S.Id by A G Riegel.A 'City of ;. I
country. The plans indicate not only Freight Charge In Germany. ,- ". ri..M. I t. ..II.., follo..el-J.ve,, ,
Jack.onvlllo ,

:I f but the exact every: shape porch of, area every, doorstep building,, Freight: charges in Germany are For Sale To Rent, BoardluK.Furnlsh- No is Pleasure to All. __ RiMiini'i' ,tr5.nfn.e\l..A.. ""...,.... "-".,._.!Bnnday..!...-_..I..-...-- -,-'l'p""ay.-...... "",'..,._......._..And._ ._..Thursdays.unu.._ ._. m._. 8:110: p lIS ,
as uniform, as generally known and ed Rooms and Rooms To Let cards at pill as pleasant: and positive as southbound TT" '" '
lamp post, railway and fire plug. The Sun olfre.Wards DeWitfs Read otmtxiuie.
I f as simple as are postal charges on Little F iv! Risers. These down. Northbound
H. Knew the Artlata. letters, postcards and :printed matter famous little pills are s-> mild and effective 30 pm IALKSONVITTB, .... ... .. ..... ....Anri..tJlO.'"
in the United States. off Pneumonia.All that children, delicate ..PALATKA. .. ... ..,. ...
When Freight ladies. and S0" .. .. .. .. Le te.pm
the late Charles of4VVurttemberg ... .
King charges in Germany are not determined I' weak people ea jay their cleansing effect .. 3081D . .. .. ASTOR ......, .. ... ..- :' 830PIb
'j', was yet crown prince by negotiation influ- cough, colds and pulmonary complaints while strong .. .. .. P'f.PRANCi9. .... ... Soaps '
" ( and he was ordered to become engaged or by that are curable are quickly cured best people any they are the Arrives 3OIlm.. ... .. ........... BF.-BSFoRD (lI.r.A.ND)...... ... ... ... w I wpm 'i I (
ence, and the goods of liver pills sold. ..... .....
a .foreigner
I to the Russian Grand Duchess One Minute W. H. Howell, to ..... .IIANFRn .. ...... ..... .. ...... '
by Cough!; Cure. Clerrs Houston 0. ram. .............................., ? 9 30 am
which with German Tex., F'TEitPfjSR...... .. ..
" goodsare ..
Olga he was shown a portrait of her. : the phlegm, draws out luflamatlon and says; "For years I have ........... ..._. w to Ottfm i.r. ,
not carried at a lower but at used Little Early Riser General .
a Mils Passenger
1/ After regarding it intently he ex- ,heals and soothes the affected parts in my (am and Ticket Office. |22iWay St Jacksonfl le
: higher rate than the native prod. ily. No better pill be .;
can .
i claimed] "How have strengthens the used for constipation ;al.la.wnuwug I! .
: lungs wards off
daringly they pneumonia I!:t. J A-.', 1 .
t flattered her! The hair too uct. In Germany railways are built Hartn'esit and pleasant sick headache, etc., then these W.bLUoYh1t.Jr.\ FretRhtast.. oen'l Cuas A>\\t I m w 0.' Bay& ou Jac'k >nillie. F1-., i, Ito'
is takeS
". where they are wanted, by the to 'enous little pills." Sold """ *" H- '.*klA: ttopt.' ,
abundant, the eyes are too brilliant popu- >ld by A. G Riegel.: by A G Rie- \ C lI"II\f.ItTL\ 0.1, FlSVA.. //1.., 8'rv"U.. .r."n..11.. I"oHd .
,. Yin
lation the K-I.1.i 4HKi> t e r k. CL1HF' r
or by state, even if they tllblt : \I I L"fIn.1: !: AM. N. T
r and the complexion too dainty. do not The German state general l Mann. go p. WM F. LLYIIK A Ii: >., ..
pay. en- 1 ;
(Lb |
.l'uorh Uener.t
The courtiers asked in astonish IIulMni, .1ocente
courages the building of canals and wish to Inform every 1 person within one'huiKtioil WSinu street New Vork S i
,. I royal Tiigh- mlleiof, Wrat 1'itlni. Beach" ,that I t tCSO.
, ", 1 nesstknowutheogrand electric railways. ,m here to ropulr your W'lllche ,olo ek and ,
duchess ? "I
fit ---
' Jewelry-to: your eyes with kpeotnle' or - -

\..' ;. do not know her," was/ the ,reply, Faithful to the Last. eyeKliuwca may want and In 1 my to line.fen yon 1 am anything nut.a "winter: you HASLEHURSf I ;;--M you .n.to.--.f. ; fffy 1 1PA
"but I know the & SON --I\l ,
court painters. vi itoiH hut it IIIM nmncnt property .!jebI .., j
"Go, yr.\ cruel, base deceiver!I" owner I in bade. CIK, end itrtr::; :: '..1/1. u .''1' iili"j' !' ; "
subbed apoimUile" for any buaint'B you may lave : tout l labor Slid' 5S f.t,,7j,
Angelina to Edwirv."Why : 'l '
: Itts/O your
to transact with inc. Watohue and jewelry : :* cround. i 1
; Good For His Health. .. :
q 1
, what in the matter, darling In need of repairing may, be:mint. liymiriHturotl Contractors and BuildersP. 1 N. lOll :. onutd.IC': !,
fi to 1 1
She-I believe Tommy Timkins ?" mail orexjire** I will exMiilue" and re -y A I A to
port' cost by return mall-if the I 10 I
r ; ;, t is made of rubber! lIe's been thrown HAtiafnoto. can eiflorthe. price**..I.t not. .
"Matter indeed t I have you "fr > retuined. a .
half just without charge... I have bowl. l twen. O. BOX jKodol I IFERRY1f
down by the girls in town, bu'. 304 j
seen what is engraved in the horrid tv yearn eJ>eiirnce wade immn of the "best
he always bounces up just as serenely hntiMt. In New York anf Dnltminre-ix. I :
ring you gave me. yens hettd Watrhmtikur and. Optician' forUreenle :

as ever. "\ es, dear," taking up the spurned These.fecteotighi Co.Jaekwnulle.to nulllolent" amiiir-' Dyspepsia :i!I SEEDS {
He-Its explained that to me. lIe : : Cure '_
a token and reading, 'Faithful to( Mime that I uniwtiitiina niv bimincw and '-Ihe lard af.rO y..1
a said that the throwdown, had got to the last." I jfunrantee satisfiata.la. story" en'. .e. __? Digests what you eat.OLEIIONiyj. ta.L We They always Sn"IUae. :
I be such habit that he missed the a I ..:htri.ea... All and .minuet
a "And told I the first E. A. d.slw s.ll, ?) f""
exercise if he didn't get it,-Detroit ever loved I" she moaned. i bead A..I
you Jefferson Block 1M n0 "
Free Press. West Palm Beach reeu.K
r Kansua '
City D. M.
Independent. I Pranv oil 00.
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er Prev8..te P..umonla DCTT, ''''O''li I i

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I.Ie. '. priVate: School ""

Make Your Grocer i l I,s "Man' .'Who. 'Once Fot- Bovs 'and Girls $

... ,- ,. J i : ; :
''ril'' : 1'..:,' :. MISS t K.JHUNDJ* lr
Jive? You Guaranteedt t *", f ; .

Tan-y-ralt'baclOSvernia: Street .

\ t 1.1; Made Diamonds'i Morning KouMoiim' l Hi,!}") to iaHOMltw :, tm: r6.id .ri es.t .

I :, .. . .. .. ,. Hlndry will rocplt. her mush pupils, an .
Cream o! IBarter usual In the altcrnoons

... is 'By Cut lluc Hyne .:

Baking :Powder 'w ,' ..' Louisville & Nashville -,

[:. As absorbing a that
ci story as : ..
"' ... : '. .
.X : ( ,
I .. .
celebrate'ell( author and traveler : Rai.troad l i :( \ .

:.. ha penned, will be printed i In :. New. lot of Hamburg" and Swiss 'Embooiderles in short lengths.? ..a

Alur1B"g'Pow. .this pipe shortly hi ton These bought' land are selling them J "
I : >*: : were ; oheap we :

ders interfere with .: Junction with :.'' Very Low. Rate RoundTripSummer = : very, close..: Come. i a before. the. j, ftill'assort,, ", ,-i'

r'\ digestion and 1 'Me 'tui-: ,, i rrs.TOtl1Stories; s i ...." ment of edges and insertions:' are .'. ;

'healthful. ,i goiie.JOc12 1-Scto1. ,' ',
; 1 'H
;. .. a r i-. (1of'similar -'" ,. : :

: quality by writers : "J" :' I *'j ... .
Avoid the alum. TOURIST TICKETS 3''c"per'yd' .. jj

: ?I that.,shine. (jn \he.. literary' firma .: ,: "

: ment. : ,1.- ,

I I :. Copyrighted and curll use' .: On sale dally to various points ut the North' i
and West limited to Otto'ier Slat
> tore
,_.. : exclusively. : turn. including' .. Chlcaco, 'Milwaukee

sr .WATCH. .. EVOLUTION. Mlnucapnlla, St. {Paul Denver,
t, : A treat that doesn't come ': Colorado 8pi' Inga. Pueblo

The Progress: Prom .the Tlrp, of the : every. day. ,.: I I v We have a nice line of wide ', .

First Portabl.'Timepiece.s Pal Extremely low. rates to Portland, Oregon, .. -. r
account L.u.. lx and I 1
fentennlnl Bxniwl--
,r Peter Henlein ot Nuremberg, in I : : lion{ alsn to Sail }'ranclA<'o and Lon Angeles. .. embroideries for Corset"Covers.
ac any, about 1500, is now'generally .. ; ) ,, ; I .. .
+ credited with the invention of :I THEM ', ': Onl7llneoperating throURli; aleenera) from .
30c 50c to $1.0OLKDIES1 .
., the portable watch., The earliest FOR Florida to blLigo.; '. -

I' watches were naturally rather crude. ..... .................. ...(.. ....
'' This'is'shown by the few specimens Only line operating throiiitli uleeper*from
Florida to Ut. LouliTvtth bluing Car ServlcaThrough l
still in existence. cir ,) .. .. .
,They were u.- .' ". .

w 'lar in shape, not oval or egg shaped, --- ----. Tourist Slt pppr. to California.
and'''entirely made of iron.. IrTplace- l ', .

pf the round balance was a straight: NOTICE. ". Free Reclining Chair Cars. .. ...
r ,one,. called foliot. Like almost all 1oTIUE!: t III hereby given that In pursuance -

watches up to the year 1790, they ot a final decree.' foreclosure and stile In
Finest Dining Car !Service, In the SouthCairAsk .
were provided with the a cauHtt pending In the Circuit Court o! Dade
: verge escape-
', c'ounty.Florlda.whenln Jiimen B. low; I I. ." B.RJtNN"ING BRO S.
The. hairspring is absent. Ifc
was uumplxlnant and ICG.. Lee and Annie E.. Lee for tickets via L, and N.to ,
not invented till 150
years later are respondents., I shall on the ((5th day of .' I
In order to obtain a tolerably November, A.D. 19015 during the Ipgal hour '

A4' 'form. rate .!an upright hog's bristle of Hale between. It oVIock In the forenoon For rates andsthpdules. to any point Northor .UtFIt:=tERS'
which the and 3: O'clock In the'alt tnoun offer.for'Bale' West and for' Pullman rexervatlunii. call
used foliot
was against
on or write
to the highest; Had boat blddur for caHb the
k" strikes. The uneven traction of thespring OEO. i..:. HERR1O.Fla > .
[olio"I Inn described real-estate situate In
.. PHHX. Axent t.. and N. R. R.,
,they endeavored to preventby Dada Cuuuty, Florida! 200 Went Bay 'Ov1r4M '111/m'1A 1" '
means of a brake. Great accuracy Beginning; ; at the South East corner of St.TackronTIII.FlorldaGeO. ..Jt
Section M'ne'/ ((0)) In Township Forty-three -- .
wad,. not aimed 'at, which is --- ----

shown by the, fact that the oldest ran(48)) South thence of North Range aluilg'ortytbr"8i8)the section( taut:line; PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .Y1:1: ''aNixsnonv "J V .SSVcJ (.uaD 'JssV 'JElNUVJ 'a Tracu

watches .,with, vgry few exceptionsup : 1278.7B: loot tot: North.Eaetcorner'uf tract .
to about'the year 1700 indicated ol land purchased' by J. B. low; from Mattie S. Hacker & Son

,; only the hours, the minute hand being J. Gale and husband, "on March. :US ..D. rC.. CIIlLLINOWOUTll .I3qO .10 Ul9Y:) alVI 1Y O'1 "IJ} 10 Cdo0: .10:1: ,
18O8, by deed recorded In D".llIook 1,page .
entirely 127 of Dado Runty, Florldni thence run

r!.; While the first watches were rath W..t/llonllaal.t/ North line of the afurtsald' ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR J349H1' >aT8V,.eonvonboeuooLnvao.Lviaptnv: : 401..|qi aodaaa pinq aq o>Xa: dtnoo cigt.f JonpBoiuvjnna
:; tract 181)0 feet more or KM. to the East lln- toa HI pemis fawn arji tv oinuvdep 10 IVAMJB Jagt 31q'.aeftel: I twenty; of the Florida EaatCoakt Riillwojr Right-of- 1 1h West Palm Deacli. Fla. $ pne w AVUV o) potottdxo uq Lam suvj) qoiA| tv sguin eiu MOIIH HUIIIVJ ouifUS3AY ,eucgA
i!l hon works that are termed almost way!thence South Easterly along ,the East Gl o. o. CUItICIEAttorneyand. .
Hneotsald Ulgut-of-wa toth point where UNd
11: technically The iron plates aid East lln. Intersects. the Booth line of the COllnsellor-a Law A3>I VN1VAVH!

'Ii"}w"> and wheels had, given place to finely aforcealdtract conveyed: J. B. Clow by ,
j{ gilt brass ones. The pinions were Mattle .1, Gale, and husband', thence Ent c- WEST P\LM BEACH. FLORIDA joj: Xuidiuo:) 'S 'S *0 :9 'd 3R to BJq| iu.s>S 1U* IWIW'opw noipaunoj: : 0801:

steel and the cocks artis- along the South Hue of the aforesaid- tract O J-T IJUANNINO,
of polished -
"' purchased by1 J. B. Clow from Hattie J. 'IWVIW 1Y SNOIlHNNOJ: JIHSKY31S 'YlNIOI O ONY UV'IfSNiW3d
:: tically engraved and the pillars? neat. Onle and buuband l 102U.OO feet more or JeHIl
.... Attorney and COlln8ellor-v-La w,
; ly turned. Greater precision was obtained to the piuce nt beginning... .. The tract herein .. t.i
\'t' described. containing Fifty and nlxtynlnnbundredtbs (Office over Bank.) M..i;\t 08 v Od tl W cv 0 0 w-.U..W---. .. e otto 1\ d 00' v Ot TTw d 00 t ,
.when about the 1660 ,
year '--'M"'id( 911 v s' ti w 00 i ""'qu'a D"U1l11V"'w .. V e d II' 9 v ot d 0' E
...... n .
.. ... ......
:. the hairspring was invented by Dr. uerea more or lees and l lying. In WEST PALM BEACH FLA .. .."..". d oil v 01) II v 90 1it .. U.THBlt" IIlqvd- ,. v BV 8 d 0' 0 v off Ot d ot I
the Mouth half (B. W) of the Houth-East tt 9 dun. 1 -"UIAU""Vf... | 'og-'" JV a 88 8 d 80 g v 8T 01 d HOC ,
7. jZ) Hooke and also, but entirely independent Quarter '(N. R. Vi). of Section Slue ((9)) In MANUFACTURERS OF, MEDICAL AND SURGICAL W'M"N' .1'1. i os s d.os ii 9 at L .Y "".m..UO"'Iosr.- cuts 1100' 01 ot d 00 EavaH I .'1

"\;'mi of the latter by Iluyghens, Township Forty-three (.is) South of Hang -' -

''r This opened the way for the introduction Forty-three (48 East. Doors Sash IT C. 11OO1, M. U. .... Uny!! LIiaa x{ .en.(1 'any: ':unyj$5'u.L
the minute hand which 1:. II.3ey mou; 11. 08 'x IH 'olll HlIIVUU. : LUOd.J.VK LINK: OJ '0101 J8 'olllS8 'oN
K of S Special Master In Chancery. PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON 1.1. 'olll
is found quite generally around the O. C. Chllllngwortb. Blinds MouldingsAND ; Office over Potter's bicycle store, WEST ......... .... .
'l t*. year 1700. Some of the oldest Coinplalnunt'M" Solicitor. PALM BEACH Reeldenconear Royal .1 C. 00 08.J ..WN.1........... .*v .w.---lw..IW.1-.v..omoa..M.. .-. v v 08 OIl or a'UD'J
; watches were already furnished Poloclana note) PALM BEACH. 12-j

t'' with a striking mechanism. About r> B. porn-lit, i.i>., .o.OISlII3.J.XiI: : : 'ooS"
the 1600 watches with alarms Notice of Application for Permit to Sell LiquorsWince Building: Material, LIxnl aViI.J.SilJIIOII. A'l: Q

year 1 liner.PUISLIO 8-: 8-ea WatT;: PALM BEACH FI.A. .................... ..................... iVii .
made and in, 1691 Barlowe anti and d nL L v n II s1 .IWVIW .IV 31i333 9 .0:1: I
'rnI ; were .._ _........ ...
; CHARLESTON S. C. d .. .N..W. : .w. .. d v
introduced the DENTAL rG.L v 9. g _........ A:1I0 UUItl"1! .... LO 11 'G II C L
Englishman, repeating Notice hereby i given that Kidney 00 d 'v I. v IIV' n'.. _N.....N.'pUVIl8S..N..w..N.........'. .........-........ .n. d d lit Ot v v IIV 9N =
watch. rLargest Factory South. dllO 8 v 1'1' 9 ...__., "Iuva .. 118 01 9a :
1 r'' Mudiiock ba> filed with the Hoard oflotmtyCouioihutloneni UR.R. MACV JJR..J.1>I.NEWMAX II lit 8 42 8111 g -ol.p.lGpnv'1I.Io.a.w..\ .. II n Ot v L8 II t D
'' Toward the year "1800 there was ; of Dade County, In the Stato Send for Price. 0 '::1 BI 140 : : g t :: ==:::;:::: Lvrlod :::::::::::::::: :: d d = : : : ; f"f'

made for the first time the second of Florida. bU application fur a permit to eel Drs. MACT & NEWMAN C dll' 8 v II' I. .. ........M..qOVGII........ WVd[ '.....A\.N........__.... II I' 8 v M to '
hand in',w tc11ee. The cylinder escapement lijuor,wInes| and beer In Elwtlon District [IS ,,1111111 a t3 8 .. ._.... ."._-.1..ldot avant_ ........... u d tt 8 v I.t: III
'v \ JENT 818'. ,, I \/8/ 0[ v lit 8 ., .N. Soma qoa .N. .. d IIV I. v Bo t pI
is known to be quite old, No. &, of auld. County and State" for the fiscalyearcndlnit } 0\ II 1o I 11 v 11 1\ ,. -... -...... uvns ......_...w..w .. d 1Ifo.L v IIU II t p

'rr far back October l"t. 1111/6; that ouch application Office In'jefferson l Block N d M n :Tr : :: =:=:: ,ue.uet:::::::::=::; :: d it t : =: : 'E.tI i
for it was originated as ..as will be acted on by the auld Board' C 9L .. w"uapl I .......... ... d I .
J. B. Mc iiN LEY WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA .t .. -- -- .. d III LL'
) 18 tt v nee\ .1.q"IJi ... 80.L =
but their next
t 1710.. was generally adopted if County Commissioners at regular d I/V 1 I v "or ,. w.ww..o.r..ld\ -"" n d II' II v 11111 en
to ',"' until about 1840. The lever escape-{ oau tlnlC.wbleb will be held /112. J. 1:. LIUUV u 00 n a n 01 .. '_---oUT_ '8"M--. .. '.". .. d ell II v lie I "
.. "'M '" -- .. d "t9 11
On the Seventh day of Noy..mb..r.IUOG LJ l a IV U to It u..vq98 .. .L8 II "
iw used in_ the_ maiontv -- .. ()
went: the one on 4 e re I v 8' 11 ----.U.lOOIIOW d9 1 I/O/ n
at 10 o'clock. In the forenoon of said Dentist v v nV3''w"d lit d IU 11
11 1 89 It --.IIIVf)
American .... ..
o of watches of the'presenttime day, and tbe said Hoard hereby calls upon )fflce First door west of Dade County State E- "lit II d OfIIH ,. .oyp0j1j00R( w.w_... .. d It 1 d II IIv
was invented about 1765: by any eltlxen of such Election District who may Bunk 8t II .1.11 lit .. -.w..o'"O".w.w.--.- _....__w .. d d 80' 'd 81 nC (jav ,

Thomas Mudge. desire to do ao, to show e.u..lt any there ,WEST PALM BEAC1U FLORDA o MI 9 d...".[...... AZ .................""lllseuttl-...........,...... AT 00 08_'_ e8,........... i
y o' aald v 00 II .IV P.I"Iu"8 .._.._.. ... Az v......OJ.... 0OOJ.
tbu aald next regular meeting M''W .w.
to the Injured. be Board at why such. permit shall pot be granted. Funeral .tI..) v 9 00 t! d Ot It t .0'1., .................. "IIIAenu.J.1>.1"10"& ................... Jy.IV.d 08 II ..1 Jl.L 118!! Ot! :::2 1
the applicant. Directorl 111\8 gV d /9 I .. ----IIIR 1VO-- .. d 111 II .100013-
On rock strewn beach on the 0 mnils- .c ..2!!.1.. of 011 II .0'1 --.n.l.w& cops-"w wM AT 96 d 1/11 1\\ ;IU
u of
BY order of the Board County A. WILSON .. .. ..... at:::
Cornish .coast the fury: of a violent sloners of Dad County Florida L. .111' 9d09 dggti III ... ."_"..uo"ounr..N...."Lnoesa.to: A:1I0: ofuv.O- .....-" .... ...ewe. d 00' 11 veaot 9101d59e _.
......... ..
storm just abating. A vessel Thin the *tll day of October A.D., 1003.HBAIJ ... d O[ g_4 I.II! f y 1 --w"o"oR_ eve7( -- .V d. B e IL!!.0g00 =
was DEARBORN oS .. ............."... "............. d II
and [ E. C. v III' II .U..cWIl rag-: Av III II 1/1/ 8 tliI.
F ? had to pieces on the rocks, ""- d
gone Clerk Beard County CommlHsluners. MANUFACTURER Or .118' of OV II w"-g.1lU\l.lO 1010"d 19 I '08
after a display of much heroism on By W. M. Pore Deputy Clerk) :. and ttj : 69 L1 1 d 100 of : :; ':.::::=:::""c.. g-::: ==.:: :xn: d deg 96 I d t r. : \0\0 t

; :.: the part; of the villagers all the crew 0.. v f" II II 1 1.88 .. -w.'uodll.w.-_...... _". .. of VII 31 .1 ot 8
Boots and Shoes v 98 V d ag .. .w." .110..unll.- .. of Lat l 1 in 8 wt ,
been saved with PUBLICATION .._._._ ;
;l .and.passengers of had lie had .XIOTJOK FOIL : I I, 3 0.09 d 19 8 .0'1 ....M'W'WM'W'.............. WCOOg, ................w.. "7 d...!!.tj .1 lo 9 1 = '
the exception one man. I v. ..09....L.... .tlll II .IV """ ,1ov8.\ _..... "z of 00 8 01 aw Q. .
d .w..w.-O'.1\ nvll-.m. flO G
been, ;washed ,ashore apparently PoimUmunlof tho Interior, t. of Lea'ter "" 01 II A'I ................. \( ... .... .V 97
in All Kinds CI 00Jv v 4611 d
Land OIHon aL Uiiini. ..ville, t'III..I .pt 33,1155Netleu I Repairing Vii'i" .._... -.IVd.- ... A'I S19tl \0
curate knelt 'Enlbtllme d
drowned and new :! Is huniby given shot tho following Goods Neatly Done I "_ D dOt' .0'1 ..........MM.-"J"I"d.M.--...... ............. Jy gtc d L OCv r
?f'v'> at his! side on the beach endeavoring nuinud settler luis lllml 1 notice at his intention to .. Fa 8. 8 a d" t x .-.....""...v...1IVI"d.USnn0CR axeL.........a.v09ii. r. 11 d 89 II t
his circulation. in, uf hl. claim and d ---- .. v dllt
1 to restore miika !Anut proof "PIIOI'L| .O'.L .10119.N..m'801lIlY'8. 91 01 IIv ,
.' '" he said to ,that nulil .nnitif.. will. lie made before W. I, Motcnll t1 8 .1 IV 0 "'--OIllAUOII"osf; '1\8-w ? v pa .1 LO 9v
tJ' :)Il. friends, Wont Feint HunchFliu Indian Tarned BucUkia 011 8 d OO.L ay """oltleuoc'Vt.--- Az y 018 d 00 a '
,tl. S. tomnilwionor al
f'i'f'; the villagers, how do you usually m Ocb 80, 11X10, vU, : Judge 11. .lin', of But h licensed by the Stab to embalm : Auva: LIT: .(T An.: (( An.a:
t .. proceed these cases?" Neptune| Fin. Old SM.U7 for tliu lot I and w M ofNnVotee02Z 116 'N 8& cox BlIIOI.J.YJS 68 'ON 66 'oN

.' ',As, ,one man the simple folk replied .} tp 40 s, r4je. and prepare! bodies for shipment. and Horsehide ShoesFOR
"' : lie namva the following wltnouiwtopioxu' hi* assistant. 'dn -ONnoa-HiuoN 'NNIOO a an-ONnoa-Hinos
''I : Lady
continuous ret ; s' "Search his pocketsl"Uarper's
j Weekly. said Edward land KdwaiiU.! via of Neptune, Flan TENDER FEaT .SG61 'L .JdaS OJ pap JJoJ .Z9 .ON pJeJ ml! Jro01 ,

t. JIW Hill, "
skis r Us. of Both Hand.. Julm UKdwanls.. Olive North ot New Jefferson Bio
St. !

'each- We of should our hands form in the turn habit in of our using one Ilorlivi, "( Young W. (>. KUKINbUX." : UoKlftcr. FOWLER BROS. &, KING I X2Mil211! ISBOQ} :) }SB ( BpUOJ! | r.

In a few.monthswe 'PU MACHINE SHOP
handed activities. FOR ULIUA'flON.1() I
; : might;: attain to fair ambidexterity -. NOTICE S. H. RICHMOND, Agent
few to the full use ofI' --- 0S ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY -0. W. FENT & e0.
in ,
F '; each hand.; < For this object the best 1).p""n&"t. tliu, Interior I Perrine Grant Land Company '
.' is with the neglect- Lund l tmce i at UulueitvlUe, fin.. Sept| fl:, HiuO t tutli' GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR ..:: i5
..lJ ," exercise writing .. | %' Undertakers andEmbalmers
'! write > .ii U hureliy given\ that the following nand Ie HA I. Es'1'A'1'E. ,' r ... "'.. : ,
I'I ed hand. If a man learned to vltlur has Illixl nutlca of liis intention' toinnkspnwf SALE '" ..' ._.__.'_W- :!.... ..:h-_._... .

;, well with either hand! !almost .all tlie' lit..Ui|.'u't lit hl.cli"liuixuit thatsnld. proof Lake Front, CUTLRK. FLORIDA. -liGi
Near Ferry Landing
I. other uwbnanual graqca would be I.will lie m..l" .bvfin. W t Mxtcnlf IT S Cominls- ----- -- --

added unto him. There are many .1......r, ai Wvnt l'"liu 1I\"..h.Flu., on 0"00.11106lVI&1 | WEST PALM BEACH, FLORID \ DneMuuteCcughCuroFor '
Edward: Kilnnnln: '. of >;p|>tun". ..It.., In '
rr other unirnanual"activities in which v'I Colds and Croup. Gruber Block; Narcfssu* StreetS WEST PALM BEACH FLA
for the Iota it p",11I uf MWllout :53.: tp 40.., r Cous3i> ,
r :' by chnnfcmj Jhe h:1nl.employel1: \ in .
lVI&1 thu --- --- -- -
them we might cultivate ambidux-- .' nuinoii I..ltowlng Vfltiii, !nos to prove his
a* in carrying a rock or) um renldunre upon| 1111I1 cnlriratUin

terity brella,, in fencing with n foil, in ." lund. ., vise I hereby jtlvoii that, I slntll.on Inr Mill: / M t Avj1 DYSPEPSIA CURE
: J I' Mui vf eI1L1u.e.
It\ '1 \1i counting money in.changing our W Hill, day ot",.""n,.,.. .\. 1). lUOu, apply to the Il"n A.. ,
from side to side, in Julia. 1) EdwardsrllurboilYoaug (t E. HeisurConntyJudgeitJndeQounly.F'luri' 'DIGESTS I
.1" watch; pocket; I I da, for a Ural dlwhttiirt, as kdmlnlhuatui.. of the. WHAT YOU EAT
changing the parting of our hair, in eatatu of John Itnnry H'uhdennead. 0 '1'h.11.0,1anl.t"ngln.4a4 ".....t''".frlsl III...vkKh. Mils erf 8O oml*. '

;; the UM of a spoon in taking soup, in (r -n. 1tlIDl; NSo. V.> 1.Hegiatur.nFntr "!_' L Dated.this isth day of Jul>', A. n. 11163.) I LIII rasn... .."1' *Tr*. LAMUTOITB. .. oGO.-
and in oth. '> .' JOHV e. wcn'rEii.; C. D.WITT AT CHICA ,
r'! :\ ; : : domestic carpentry many Early Risers ttf*; :r :: iiII COMPANY. ILL
usual activities.-Sir' James Saw- I ills !Administrator of the E*'IILI uf jDlin Huno' n"tl( .
: er
r .;. ; t The famous. UtUa_ pills dauoa , yer ..

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1 il,{,,1;,gyp>1511 sl' I have made the FURNITURE BUSINESS of this :: city a :satisfactory: ; institution, by good goods>:r:,>i,;, '

:" !l. low: prices and your money back if not satisfied. The volume of my business makes me, grow, and, my '''f', '') ':i '

prIces help you to grow. "I am after your furniture business." J. B. GINLEY :yi;

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; E i Short Stories I President Passes .. ............. ..... ...e.i ...a.i... MMw nJr +'l
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i ,: The News is glad to report that tbe President Roosevelt and party passedup ..

J n;). Japanese colony at Boca Ratone Is''proxu the East Coast of Florida on Sunday i

';, ; :suing nicely and ia in a most prosperous bn his way from New Orleans to Wash. : Save Your : 'Estate: Agency
\' condition. Several weekS ago.some; ington. They were on board the cruiser ,

r' of the members of the colouy became West Virginia The president did not : What'a... the use of anything Nothing...-when: '
dl \ visit Key West is it was expected and : and you are Irrltnble-anti aliUafjd< oi.t from the ..;t. AN

remooed ; hoped he would. On the way down the :: fitting ahoes.lAt! ; !such" time remember, "( IH'en ( Surburban and , ,, ..

a y)1; peifectly satisfied will conditions. The Mississippi river on his way to board : and "W. L. Douglas" for men and boys, the. I ,
the cruiser the vessel on which he was a '
I colony cleared over $3,000 on tomatoeslast .
.if vi I I, \ season and la malting progress fa passenger came In collision with a fruit : .. Shoes)that Have Made Life Worth .H Property for ,'f..

) t many other wars.-Mlami News. steamer. The vessel had to be beachedbut For Countless I ': + '
I f : Thousands ,
no one on board was injured. Tbe ','
{1 The Florida Times.Union will\ bave : !Rent . '
who have
been distressed
tt presidential 1 party were off West Palm like you. And besides,
conveniently the fined up headquarters( Beach Saturday night, and the cruiserwas : sympathy between. i their price and your purse: $2.50 I
In tbe'tnaiu
yl of
press building making about firteen miles an bout. : pair. : .-TO RENT. FOR SALE.
': 'I\, the State Fair at Tampa, and will esteem A
) it a privilege to haveany member of lilt Tbe West Virginia was accompanied by : Ve are also showing the latest fashions io OE about three rooms, : A lunch room In good( location. ,' .as e'
the cruisers Col rado and '
fraternity take advantage of the con I Pennsylvania : 1NG3 aud CLOTHING. Our HATS: talk ,for ; take rooms with _
:: Ste'e'' and was in communication with the them A pineapple farm south of town.
vetficQccs offered. Also copies of : nee -
wireless station at
telegraph Jupiter. \
.' papers should be sent there during tl e I j Avenue, suita-i i '
I wireless message passed between the THE SIRKIN Housrf and 30 U lot ODEverttla !,,
fair where they can be kept on file at dread i office
f, President and Washington navy yard street ,
while tbe presdential party was in the : JEFFERSON BLOCK WEST RENT ;
: 8 Key Went will be the greatest beneficiary Gulf of Mexico, a distance of about eleven '- I I ness location at*,,Two' houses. and 5 ft lot on P 0 I Q-
(I,' ; of Mr. Flagler; marine railway. hundred miles. A wireless was received ........e............" ... .*............ *_ cetta street, ,

f, Extensive docks aud terminals will be by tbe president, off Key West, ? >* j
built These will include a dry dock; from his wife him hisoityseventh
i ,, V:t" Ie'' wharves each 800 feet long and 100 congratulating birthday anniversary.on West .b'alm' 13eao'h._ .Wfn tc JJ Fruit Farm, southwest of town" beautifully situa!,
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I' iiet wide, with basins :zoo feet wide be. surrounded by .the'clear waters''of the Ever
'1., I l'seen The ten piers !will furnish berths GardenSeedJust ;
'; (( for 40 boats 400 feet long;, with a depth v u The Eapman A ; ;?8, pineapples and -other., tropical J ,fruits ,in Ynr''
received, a fresh line of garden
J., of water from 20 to 30 feet. seeds of all kinds. from a standard seed ; and hunting near: is offered for sale cheap. : 1' ,

i At .ing upon the suggestion of Presi4tr'I ;iouse. Lake Worth Produce Co Near Lake Worth and Centsally Located. All Modern ... / ,
r ; ,@ den Roosevelt, made during his recent
Address MRS. S. E. EARMAN%Bnx. lay, West
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f I/ v'MI to St. -
Augustine, the Board of ----T --
Minaret Cottage;: Mrs. Frank Darling
i 1 r, ''e of that city have, decided to take and OPEN : Palm Beach Florida
owner manager, was opened todayfor ,
up the matter of establishing a military the season of 1905 6 The Minaret The PalmsA 1 Large, New : \7rfa(1(

F'i k r post at the old barracks there. The Heretofore popular with Northern visitors dltlon 1
r ), beard will at once communicate with'the JV
as well as home people will be all large: homn like\hotel l. woll.njipolnt.cil: and br"tlhilly located, :,
:"J War Department concerning the matter out the coHt of the more exteiiKlte, OIIPH I MtiiBted on 1.like M' 4.
:1 the more popular this season on accountof 1'olmlunix I Hotelhlte waltreaaea' electric I bell, good tlnlilntf ;;
: I and it is believed that the post will soon the improvements: that have been Rate : *2.:;e and $!n I per lnjBpnliil:, rates by the week. THE : .: "E
be established.
; nude during the summer. People who
The president and his party decided I wish table board;will be accommodatedas

I l ti' to give Key West the go-by on this trip. well as regulars Seagle H l

," When the Island City is connected with Palm Beach

lh mainland of Florida by railroad A number of carpenters this city are ''A_HOME AWAV FROn,tlOME'

,'t\ they will be enabled to come over this engaged to work on the new addition to Centrally located i,nil niarI4uke Worth. Cool,airy rooms \J
':.. t v way and see the sights occasionally. the Boynton Hotel for which the lumberis Rates $2.00 Per Day Special Rates by .

]I I. It is now thought probable that the on the ground. U. R. Scott; of Port F. V.: Town Lots.

g /erument will soon build a big naval Huron, Mich., has the contract and expects -K

t eti dock front Now at with cometh PensAcola.a ten-story Jacksonville sky-scraper.again tothe An tbe middle to have of the December.building completed by B111gg5. Cott ::: ; : : Residence Lotsfrom "

office building will be erected in that I Clematis Cottage, under the management Hot and Cold Baths. Wholesome Home Cooking. No

city at once by TeUair Stockton which of Mrs. C. F. Crosby, is a new Evernla Street Near Lake Worth, West Palm .. \ Il'j'Io:
,4 1 will be tea stories high and of reinforced house now' open to the public. The MRS H. E. $2 00, up, ,I .'
t concrete with steel 1 bracing marble rooms are large and airy cud the tab.e is ----- ------------------ -- !

: floors and stairways.aud quartered oak bountifully supplied with good; food. cash, balance by semi-annual .;
1, .1, the wood work. The new building Tbe location is well up the hill towardthe The i i i I
VirginiaV. ( ;
t I on reasonable'time <- !
accord- ,
will' be on Forsjtb street adjoining the crest and the hoiie should be well <

i ; post patronized. See hotel guide elsewherein ._ ot'lot. li
( this paper.Amouglhe. Centrally Located Hot and Cold Bt'bs Electric ; ..:
Jacksonville's new financial institute and full! Information, apply to I ,
Large, Tool BnoitiR. n >n, the Citizens' Bank, will formalljen the week or mouth. Carriage rue In;connection with house g uptonov."D.\ j
">en for business the 15111 of No\em call era at The Tropical Sun MRS A L. R. MOSES :'
office Mr. H. Burkhardt. :
ber. Monday was J. ''. I,
Mr. Burkhardt has brought suit against East Coast Railway Land Department \ ) ""
A Select

I, be, The rigidly Sunday] enforced closing in law Jacksonville will hereafter and character Tbe Miami, asking Metropolis ten: defamation thousand dollars of .fT\\ I 9a rO, t Q 0 r tta 't O Located : : : est Palm Beach, Florida. '

u I grocery houses will be compelled to damages. ) ,

observe the Sabbath. Klertrlo L.lalit,4t and cold bail, and other modern eo ....
Live Oak is soon to have the bent. .,..te.lIII" to aria week. turr"aM..i a new morning Absence makes the heart grow fonder, I sins'a'ICANK i{
; NJ i, daily paper, the Democrat. J. 0 Does ill Often do I ponderIf : O OltoaoOItOIt.o..o..o..o..o..o..o..o..o..o..o: .J i,

tr IaFontiseeformtrlycity editor of the at Chistmaa 'twould be pleasant! II w 'I i- .
0 ':!\
Times-Union, will have charge of the Were there absence of the present. The teo ,

news department. and Mrs 1\eystone i G. Strohm Company

t k Elizabeth Horning, a German girl Born-to, Whidden, tCti w .
t' who is now en route from her native Saturday, October 28, a daughter. An Ideal Family Hotel. Good home cooking and .
rt country to Eau Gallie, it being anxiously Hot and Cold Baths and modrenimprovements.: Rates JSa.oo i GROCERIES oV .. 1.. '
by the week. MRS. BEN]. COOK, Prop:, West o ::.
1 .""alted.Vheu she reaches this country Mrs H. N. Neal, a former business man V z ;

4t the news will be gently broken to of this city but lately engaged on the K 0". ,,_I Ie'J\'I!
her that she inherits: $60,000. Her aunt, Key West extension: was In the city this ZS1nCLt1tS Food
Otta" i ncy
Mrs. Ticutler, tbe wealthiest woman in week on business aud pleasure.Mr. l I. ::;,; t

it Eau Gallie, is critically ill and wants to II l 0 "
see the niece_ before she passeiMout.': Walter Haugb came up from Miami Large airy rooms. Bath and other conveniences. Table as tcI I Provisions. :. M',,
and Rates $6 a week to home people; transient rates $1 per day. i i
Saturday night spent Sunday _
Pasco county went dry at the election We Palm Beach Fla MRS. o ...::1/
D held last week. with his parents returning to the county >
seat Sunday night JEFFERSON BLOCK o : '
y The Safety Railway Switch Company CITY MEAT ;t'
1)i.) la the name of a new company that has 0 I"

been formed In Jacksonville with tbe Cheated Death. T. A. PEASTER, Proprietor. .Palm Beach, Florida, ; ::{t'I I

i' object of promoting the safety railway Kidney trouble often ends fatally,but 5 .1-1901 t
_, switch recently invented by VV. R. by choosing tbe right medicine, E. H. Florida .,ul Western Meats Poultry, (Maine .. .. ('.01l01l 1I01l01l0"OllQ01l01l0a.!, '. ,
Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Iowa, cheated
I'' i Tburston of that city. With this device Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention. a i' J''
4' death. He says: 'Two years ago I had

u < engine there is or absolutely train running no possibility into en of open aa Kidney pain Buffering Trouble and, which anxiety caused, but me I great took Jefferson Block WEST ? '," '," '," '," "rnnrnr" ", '" "n">'"o" "mnnn" rm' .

switch. The safety railway switch is Electric Bitters, which effected a complete
cure. I have also found them ol -
:socked, securely by a device' attached to great benefit in general debility and .'.. .' .. .,.. .. .............. .... F iecel plarmaeyClematis i ,
the engtneorit can be opened at the nerve trouble and keep them constant.
l 1c will of the engineer. Hundreds of peo. Iy on hand since, as 1 find they have 110
pie have seen tbe model of the switch equal. All druggists guarantee them t SUMMER HOTEL Ave. and 3
( at 50 cents --- .- Narcissus | '
f and all pronounce it the greatest thing
in the way of a safety aopliaoce they ,; A foaming glass of soda would =3 ,
f r, .have ever witnessed 1 1I James Osteen, who is wanted by the I t HOTELi DELiA Pt taste good, now,wouldn't It? Well 2 :
and Ret it. It Is
s here waiting =3 '
authorities of St. Johns county con. pD ,
I After beating on the beach for nearlv I nectlon with the killing of the Carter TliKbUlaos family and T .. 1 l for kind you all dote the time. Is there any r3 y.. .
trnattni you on ? It is here. And 3
two weeks the barge Steelton floated 1 brothers, has notified the sheriff that be t Located betweeu.W".hlngton and Mndlxon Aremien :: there are quite a amber of =3& .f-t ,
5. Itoiilnrurd, adjourning the Chicago Cdlreratty.Parke \ new .':: :
r.. .r calmly to the entrance to the bay Sun will be on hand when court convenes flavors and comblnatlonithat are 6t 3B* r ,
day morning end was towed In by G. W. t and Bedroom with Private.Batb. and Board ror iifor< anx elll. Yon know, of J
i from S30 to $40 per Week.Twelre low we serve our soda in course 3 .
Corbett, the Hustler doing the work, Vanished .. ; > .. ,
r' Last Hope generous tUsses.
.; mlnut.'rorn down town via IlIIool..c.ntral Plenty flavorZS:: i,
says the St. Augustine Record When leading physicians said that t All trains stop nt 68rd ft.,. to. whlih, hutcicaK: nhnnd) irK and oda. Not any more froth :13: of \
of the Florida than we can help '
\ 1 t(<' The annual reunion W. M. Smltliart, of Pekin, la, had Incurable j "BRADLEY A Come every day. Come today.. =g-3 ',*$..*
( United Confederate Veterans, ::::
division, -
will be held lu Jacksonville on Decemfcer ; but consumption Dr. King's his New Ian hope Discoveryfor vanished :AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAA&.A.' A :::: ( II Headquarters for S t I phi)!):.'.;,.

13.14, under the auspices of R. E. Consumption Coughs and Colds, PULASKI CREAM ;; ,
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; I Lee Camp, No. :58, U. C. V assisted by kept him oat of his grave.: He says: / muuummUUUmA1U1UU- 'n,
;. ; Martha Reid Chapter, U D. C., Stonewall "This great; specific completely cured / l! J,

'f ;' 1 Jackson Camp, U S. C. V., and the me, and saved my life. Since then, 1 I YI;'

,i ': Jacksonville Board of :Trade. have used it for over 10 years, and consider II'I; I'
+' At a meeting of the State Board of it a marvelous throat and lung ([11C topical S we I 11 0 &; Moore '; '

r4, Education. few, days ago to consider cure." Strictly scientific cure for Sore

G y bids for the property of the abolished Throats, Coughs or Cold; sure preventive Have Bought the } ,
Institutions at Bartow. DeF uiak. KIssimmee of Pneumonia. Guaranteed, 500

N'' h and St. Petersburg, the propertyof rnd $i oo bottles at any ding store. JOB DEPT\ PHARMACY

the Agricultural| Institute at Kisslm- Trial bottle free. and have
mee Mu sold to Geo. W. Hopkins, for consolidated) the two stocks

'' ft.ooo, the same being the highest; bid. Miami's police are to be uniformed. Is equipped with modern machinery., 1 to have all of the customers of the two firms call ..
of the other upon.
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4; institutions 1 t. held in abeyance for the I The Tropical) Sun 111 always on sale and executes work in a stylethat is Block

present. at Idner & Son's. West Palm Beach '

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