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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 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: UF00075915:00090
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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PROSPECT GOOn I ,i/'Wheels/ for rent-,-at CamD1i gs.. 9-J.J-tf. 'N.. TALKS TELEPHONEDecided Alderman A P. Aathonyspentyester- rf.'

Home-made bread, fresh every day, at day In Miami on business "'- .).
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1 : ;: Faber' Brothers. si6tf .' Mrs E. N DImIck has been spending f
who' has I r- An Impressive "Service at Cong.:1:1 i
Says a Gentleman J Just received fine lot of pullets and several days in Jacksonville, : ,,

Returned from Cuba. Woi. fat hens. See ours before you buy. Mr. H J. Burkhardt, of Miami, was regational Church on Last t t tSundaJ'

Lake Worth'Produce Company Saw vto Hold Adjourned Meeting Friday .Night, here yesterday looking after properly

;# '. Allan Visits Llty.a ./ to nterests. Morning.
Arrangements are belug perfected '
When Steps May be Taken to Annul Old .J ,
increase the of the Planters' \ .
-- I capacity Major and Mrs. J. R Anthony returned -

II Two prominent visitors in the, city last Packing and Preserving' Company's plant' Company's So-Called Franchise. Monday evening: from a visit to their At the hour of eleven o'clock last Sun- .. .

Sunday .were Mr Wm.. Allan and Mr at Delray from 33,000 cans a day to zoo orange grove at Hardeeville. day morning almost every beat" In the ( ,

Holme, of New York Cify, whd were poo cans. 1 Mrs. H. S. Miller went to Miami Monday Union Congregational church was occu- : '

fl en route home 'from 'a business trip to On next Sunday night, at the Baptist \ evening where she will be the guestof pied, the large: congregation having ,J,

Cuba! where they went fof the express .church, the Band of Willing Workers Five members, President Idner and called, at present existing, has no rightto Mrs. S hobo Dean this week. turned out to w'tness'! the -- ('

air11 purpose of investigating the, orange and will have charge of the regular services, councilmen Baker, Campbell Grant and a, longer life In the city, having forfeited Mr. and] Mrs. Jno. II Brootey, of I dedicatory service /-

)pineapple conditions on the; Island. and will render an interesting program I Faber, were present at last night's meet every item of Its contract. He Portland. Me., are pleasantly located at Readers of The ;TropicaUed'oT are familiar l' i

? Mr. Allan has for many' years been .a on that. occasion.' ing of the city council. wanted to give no one trouble, and had the Clemiftia Cottage for the: resent,""" with the fact that during the past \

--i1 ;prominent orange grower in Florlda.and The Hotel Palms opened for the season After the reading of the minutes, the no desire' to work a hardship on any Master Webster Roberts of Key West few months material ini).rovemeuts hare r:

;;, pre leIl -owps two Sue1' groves in Volusi at breatf ;yesterday morning, and following business was disposed of : person or persons, but the time had was the guest over Sunday of Master Roy been made in the church edifice; BO : ;,

*county' one at Port Orange and bus It now accommodating quite a numberof Building permit were granted to C. A. come when the business interests of the lice and left Monday for Jacksonville. marked Indeed, have been the changes) 1 ,:

at Holly Hill. 'The two gentlemen area guests. Several persona arrived on Woodruff for a corrugated iron addition city demanded telephone service, and Mr. John Paul Clarke and bride arrived that the new building hardly" resemblesthe i'

also Intensively' interested| in orange the evening trains yesterday and on the to his store room, 12x53. at the corner of his company stocd ready to Immediately from Fort old, a large annex having been built
i last evening 'Payne,
growing in Porto Rico;owning about five uiotningTtrain today. PoinsetU and Banyan street,; Robert install a system which would be com to the front, while the main auditorium 3
their
Ala. and will on
cottage
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& hundred acres_valuable. groye property : 'TbeLsdln" Guild of Holy Trinity Holland for the construction of a wooden pleted and in operation before' the close the heights. occupy has been raised. several feet and a new '')

three miles from San Juan, which church will meet Thursday afternoon at building 12x34, lot 3, blockVj, West of the tourist season if the franchise tower builtIt
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property they anticipate visiting next the residence: of lifts Hone. This will End ; Lake Worth Dredging and Construction should be granted in time. Mr and Mrs Frederick Robert" are was a very appropriate !suggestion I (
expected to arrive from New Vurk Friday the of the
\ part Congregational
: Company, permission use Attorney'Branniug read the statutes upon
month. be the first meeting of the Guild for the
While in the city Messrs. Allan and season and as it is an Importat!! business the foot of Evernia street, West End, for concerning the annnllment of municipal and will occupy their winter resIdence pastor, Rev. V W Weatherwax, that inasmuch r I:

Holmes called lpOIl.Captain G, C. MatMph meeting member is requested to constituting aud launching dredges and franchises, and this brought the tele on the East Side. as the building bad almost been

thams, president of J.he Indian River be present.every boats to be used in Clear Lake drainage phone matter to a focus. A lengthy: Miss Kathryn Lamping left Monday made over, there should be held a special''

and Lake Worth Pineapple Growers' Association operations. \ discussion revealed the fact that the old morning for Tampa where she will\ visit service re dedicating the house to the

and were shown through his Fire was placed In the furnaces in the Bill of Marshal Hendrlckson for ti z,3S city council had endeavored to give the friends and enj"..the festivities)n connection service of the Lord. _-- JI
r house of the Hotel Royal Poincl- '
power with the State Fair. / ESleciatlYflPrprliite! was Ibis service
extensive pineties south of the city for moving telephone pole on Banyan present telephone company every po-tsi- I,
q ana this morning and the boilers and In view efthe fact that dollar of
Mr. Allan stated la Captain Mattbauis street, approved and paid. ble chance to resurrect, but there seemedno Carl Kettler, Jr., relnVnetTto the city. every
machinery are being givena test, preparatory life left in It. ) abserice of J.W several hundred expended in enlarging
that 'the'Florida pineapple grower .. A motion finally prevailed Sunday evening, after at tjyiJ
STREET LIGHTS
to making such repairs as will MORE '
and improving the building has been
well the grower, had every that the board adjourn to meet years during which Ume'lie hasJJ} >_eifal
M orange : be necessary before the opening of the Chairman Baker of the fire, water and paid by the members and congregation,
to feel encouraged over the outlook again Friday night, when the telephone his old home in Biizzarclsa7, Mass I
reason house/ I Injanusry.Among -. light committee, reported that nothing leaving no debts hanging over the ,
compared will: Cuban products matter will be discussed by a full board He will spend tbeXvinter, Is the :Cottage : l
as
i. the newcomers in the city are had been done in regard to securing the church.
of similar nature He stated that, like and some definite action taken. City
the a Cuban'orange, the pineapple of that Mr. and Mrs.R. E. Curry, of Bnrnsville\ twenty 3n-candle power lights ordered at The matter of placing numbers 011 Bert and Leroy Hipcock who have L r. Weather* ax. to whom' -tbe- :retlit ;

West Virginia, who* have leased one of the last meeting. A discussion brought: of this great! improvement Is largely, if
is inferior in quality to the Flor drays and hacks was left with the collector for the last a"veral1Iontl1.. been Btu-
i country the cottages owned by Mr.: Thomas J. out the decision that the committee not.altogether due, is now serving hit
who alllO.lnstructed to
was .
Especially discoursing:, pro- dents at :Mas&ey'a Business Collegejacki.sonville :
Ida'produet.: ; to Florida conditions., is Compbell. Mr. Curry has accepted a would get busy today and try to see that ceed with the collection of license from returned hometM.'nul"yTevening second year as pastor of the church, aDd

In comparison- island. position with the grocery house of H. S. the light company erected the new lights drays and hacks as last iheTwmter it is bat justice to remark in connectionwith
outlook on the year. and will spend In the
the pineapple Miller & Company, and baa entered upon It is proposed to place four lights rn The his work that while Dr. Weatherwax -
f. the board then adjourned till Friday
The fields seem to deteriorate! after city with their parents, on Datura
his new duties.A Polnsetta street between Banyan and the o'clock. has succeeded during a dull seasonIn
evening at
i third year to a remarkable degree:: and that passenger station, four on Olive street 7 Street improving the church edificeIe has..
Louisiana the
S'4 by. the fifth year the pines become too report from says Mrs. M. Milburo and the twochildren
between Banyan street and Third ave- also built up to a wonderful degree the
executors of the estate of the late Mr.
small to command a respectable marvels. price Mr. Joseph Jefferson have deposited bonds !sue one on the bead of the city dock, J. Paul Clarke arrived from Palm Beach where they spiritual\ welfare, many new members
tue
when displayed on one at the corner of Clematis avenue and have been visiting Mrs Milburn'smother having been added during his pastorate.
at New Iberia La for *167,3it. The ::
stated that several of the : :
Allen further will remain with Mrs.S .
t? Polnsetta street, one on bridge in West Takes a Bride They \
would soon :abandon their estate is known Jefferson's Island, a ._ ,.. ..
until when they ,
t Urge growers End, one near Holland House, and the Milburn Friday "" ""
home of this famous actor. The
fields and the culture of pineapples lie former remainder of the twenty where most leave for their home in St. Augustine.Port .- '
Florida. In view property Is said to be of much value In a Paul Clarke, the popular (and sonic
t thinks that the grower needed.; Orange items in Daytona Gazette-

F of the fact that he has :qniclp transports, mineral way, salt having.been discovered The mailer of appointing a scavengerfor people say handsome) assistant post. News.C. .
of fruit and no duty there some lime ago. mas er, has become a benedict, and will
lion, a better quality the fiscal year was then taken upand W. Coleman and wife and John W. .
all coming his way. I The special committee appointed by hereafter be known as "Mister Clarke "t4t
to pay, has It a proposition submitted by P. C. Cox II. Coleman of Gosheny&, Y were
of the Gordon U. A note from Paul, who has been enjoying -
with Haralson
ti.. Mr. Allan,agreeing many the Fanny Chapter
to enter into contract with the city to do among yesterday's arrivals at the Aragon -
thinks that the D. C. to for the big Thanksgiving j: a well earned vacation with his
most successful growers arrange this work, also the strait cleaning, it being The MessrsTtXrieman: are tegular
pines has little to do dinner and auoper has arranged to father at Fort Payne, Ala., says that his
freight tariff on understood that he was to give bond winter visitors to J lorldn,. and came
.'. with the future of the Industry believingthat give the entertainment in The Leaming for the faithful performance of his duties. just completing the most enjoyable South earlier this seasoti bit account of
vacation of bis life aud that when be
crate will aecured'tbrougb the ,
ten to twenty ceuts a ton, which was lIe also agreed to employ the city con. the severe weather !in New York. They
either with the larger of Mr. W. F, Heckert, local returns he will be better prepared than
amount to little way courtesy and then
victs, to purchase the city wagon will\ remain .here some time, pro-
'of fourto for. estate. The full ever to dish out Uncle Sam's mail, and 4e
the producer Jefferson
growers, while agent tools. The matter was referred- to the ceed to: West..Pa'lui Beach for the winter.
termed will\ be The Tropical Sun 'In particular, which I I.
five hundred crates, who are menu and other particulars announced street and aanitation'committee, and will Times,Union, Monday.
It amounts to later. I, accounted for by the following extract
as the smaller producers probably be acted upon at the next regular from the Fort Payne Journal, the contents Mr. Bert Hiscox and brother Roy, left
practically nothing. One of the pleasant social events of
meeting. for theia home at West Palm
Saturday
of which Mr. Clarke declares 1 1o:1' 's
Mr. Allan\ brings : REV P. W WE\THSRWAX.:
Altogether the report the week was the meeting of tie Owls"Whist
Alderman Baker made a timely suggestion Beach where they will work during the The service
v to the Florida grower, when it is takeu Club Monday evening, when Mr. that will meet with the approvalof : tourist season. Mr. Bert will keep the Interesting Sunday was
the "John Paul Clarke, of West Palm under the direction of the pastor, white
Into. consideration thai be ts among and Mrs. W II. DaCawara entertainedthe ; citizen of West Palm Beach, and confectionery stand at
every cigar
producers interested in Beach, Florida, and MIllS Rose May news the dedicatory sermon was preached by
experienced of the club and their
best members both white and colored. lIe suggested is
ti ; taken as encouraging Youag, of Philipsburg; Pa., were married the Royal Poinciana.Jwhile Roy prom. Rev. Dr. Gale of Jacksonville.
tables
fruits, must be friends Five of dup
southern, gentlemen and finally incorporated his suggestion ised a bookkeeping position. They both
November Following is the which was
the effect at high noon Sunday, 5. program
have
news and should licate were played, after which delicious into a motion that the city make ar I bave been in Green Cove many times
: at the Clarke residence ou Alabama successfully carried out :
In '
of stlmnlatiag greater activity pineapple refreshments were served by the boat rangetnents to secure a new dumping and have many friends here who will
Avenue, in this city, by Rev.' A. T. Doxology
acid citrus fruit. culture.alon, Jhe a'nd hostess. The evening proved one ground for rubbish and street trash. It gladly learn of their Rood fortune. i
Clarke, father of the groom. Prayer of Invocation Rev:G. B.Waldron
East Coa*t. of the roost enjoyable in the history of was recited to the board that at present Green Cove Spring.
: No.
Owing to his continued Illness, the Hymn 557
the club. _ the colored cemetery south of the city, -- -- --- v --
Brothers wedding: was a very quiet home affair, "PI" Social. leaoocslve reading, Rev. Henry Rice
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Faber made unsightly by the dump
.1 was very friends Anthem. Choir
Will Build Road. without any of the family as
ing of rubbish in its-Immediate vicinity. In'l The members of the Epworth League
: Move vited ,. Scripture lea.on, Rev. N. McQuarrie
guest
Will Of the Board of County ,
At the meeting ThecoloratJ people have recently clearedup : have planned a unique entertainment, Hymn No.

Commissioners in Miami last"week, the their burying ground and made a The wedding march by Miss Maude : which they propose giving next Friday Notices 529

i' Faber Brothers!,the well known t following resolution-of the Lake Worth great effort to put it to respectable shape: Clarke; the sunshine, bathing! the outer evening at the home of Major and (lMrs.J. .Collection .

rill ., and fresh meat dealers have Drainage Committee was adopted,which and while they have mad no complaint world with its golden splendor; the f. R. Anthony, on the lake front. Sermon, Rev. S. F. Gale

' grocery leased the ground floor and basement of means that an arrangement will be made Alderman Baker say*that the close proximity beautiful white dress of the bride; the The entertainment will\ be Called. the Duet, the Misses Weatherwax

r house block at, the north, with the Lake Worth Dredging and of the dumping grounds. make it rich cluster of white roses in her baud '"Pi" social, and an interesting program Re-dedicatory covenant
the Zspf opera
Construction Company to throw up the The was referred as she came to her place with the groom; the occasion. DelicIous
west corner of Narcissus and Banyan very-unsightly. mailer will\ be reudrred on (congregation standing;!)

and will on the first of' December new county road proposed, to be built to the street and sanitation com the bank of golden chrysanthemums on refreshments will\ be served! and Gloria PatrlDedicatory .

; streets their, stock from its present loca across Clear Lakes to connect with the mittee who will see what arrangementcan one side, and of white chrysanthemums a cordial invitation is I extended to all. A prayer, Pastor
move with
In
I old Government road: be made in regard: securing another on the other--all was keeping collection will be taken np to meet the Choir
Clematis avenue, Response:
tion on and the
location selected by the "Resolved, That'tbls committee recommend site for the deposit of trash. the happy occasion day. expenses of the occasion I Hymn No. 474Benediction
The new in
"The will spend a few days
be made patty
Fabers is one of the most desirable in that an arrangement HELLO 1 HELLO I Interest Dr. Gale
l various of
i elt visiting points
that enterprising with the Lake WortU-Drcdging and Con. our ) Confederate Veterans. rAn
"l\1ldy.\
and
the city road for the steenih time, in the vicinity. Towards the end of
their structioa Company to throw up a Dr. J. E. Liddy, Lake Worth
than double present All Confederate Veterans residing in Outing on ,
firm more ;
around the south end of Clear Lake appeared before the board and staled the week they will leave via" Chattanooga -
capacity for handling goods.: For sometime visit three of the this vicinity who have not been supplied Is visit
have been from the foot of Clematis avenue to 'the that he represented a company who were and will two or Now your opportunity to pointsof
their present quarter cities on their wedding with a Southern Crews of Honor are requested interest along Lake Worth. Take
to I section line on the west side of Clear anxious) to secure a franchise to operatea large Southern a
entirely too cramped to allow them I Lake which the Board of County Com- telephone system In the city. Dr. Journey towardstheir future bom*, by the president of the Fanny trip to Munyon's Islai.d, Riviera, the
the demands I.Id-I'
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sufficient stock to meet Haralson Gordon Chapter according to
carry rapidlySlncreaalng trade. miMionera has already designated as a d, explained that his company which Paul has provided for Ills bride famous Sea Gardens, the Inlet or else-

r From Mr.of their A. P. Faber, the manager.The public road towit the section line be. nothing to do with the old franchise, as' at West Palm, Beach." the Rules of the Order to submit a where. Special low rats s until January

.Tropical Sun this morning learns that as tween section zo: 'sad 99 township 43 S., it was badly Involved and. that he could I written application :to| the secretary 1st, on the launch Rosalind, A. D. Merchant 'r
located, in their new certainly before the ijth uf December master.
they are here as ,
aa .
of installing a system
east. think :
soon of th< business vrilI be range 4J not the be ncted'upou by the
feature s that same may
a =1 la existence. Havo" bikes repaired at Cammings .
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'\0.the handling of Ftarirta, fru.t.. which I .* long as that franchise was franchises your opposite bank All work I7th of January,1906; : .- :::.t'.t'o1ra. 'J Latbe work 011 brest and steel at CI>m-..,
Clematis ave.
has the past year or two been quite and .profit- Hartford tires No. 71.f FInn:each, at The law relating to municipal ? 9-1J.tl' +' .G. G. Strohm, "Secretary, I mings. 9-13-tf.
,able. %Indian River orange* grapefruit 'plainly shown that the franchise so- guaranteed. ,. .
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-- That it i 1M wholesome, palatable, wutritlouo : Here id I one'In a better quality'Taffeta. It comes 111' brown\ navy blue, and! 'green.: 'This ". ,:';..Vf .

a' : It is hardly I neces atv to call the attention arri-atwl the large number ,
I fa hy dust ruffle Mnrked ., ,
oklrt, hll"'l i wide shirred fount. with n three-inch\ ruffle on bottom. Near Silk !:! _:
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,yl't(' of Messrs Anthony Bros In It to b? lust "lik mother used to low, only f 050 --" -'' ;" .

;' today's Tropical Sun but a careful perusal more Wholesomeand make" with rail the Improvements $;'

'ii will interest everyone. t Hint/ experience can H.M. The choice ..
4 r Delicious. ill( I the flour innkerH' best' and t the rlo-
One of th- special features of tbi .seat attrition to !its baking Inmire An all-silk Petticoat cornea in Black Tuffetrt. tetra) good! quality. Has", a flvnh.! u/1 I c: "t- "C '
1 I 'I' sale to be inaugurated by HeAnthonys '
great -
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card to the fatuous "Silent Sales .

1 men" store. Great and sweeping rrductions Private School and Grocervman I? Thebeak, ; skirt! fur the money we ever had, contra in black, green| .., purple and Alice blue((the, :,

";+ bavt been made aloe g every WFSTIPALM BEACH, FLORIDA new shade). It has I a twelve-inch V shaped accordeon-piaite'l flounce with two shirred ruf-

line and settle or the bargains otfereo For Boys and GirlsMISS .
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flpB oil bottom of flo'tiopp. Pi ice ?8.50 .
: '.II' are stupendous. L. E. HIND Y
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advertisers and commencing
a great ,
: tudpy.( they will use Tropical Sun ink Morning Si'BBloim.. 8:00 to 1UI'OMlHM : MACHINE SHOPGAS The newest shade*, combined wi.th the best qmilit.v of Taffeta Silk, go to make" up the best <
Ulnili-y "lit r cclvc lier mimic pupils OH
l (+ than which there is no better made, It 'lIInlln the afternoons ENGINE REPAIRS A ftPfCIALTY nnd 'prettiest, pefcth oat that a ten-dollar bill can buy anywhere. It comes in.. champagne: nod ,

,\ deed few brands quite as good. Ink ALL KINDS of LATHE and CHAFER WORK else in the changeable colors: : blue and green and I red and green.: A IIIt D-lnl'h shirred flounce

used in columns is mad
our advertising
1 according to special: order and is guar Llttl. 8hin.rs. GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR erlgwJ by two four-inch.hemstitched! rum J8, gnps to complete this handsome. klrt. Price $10.

I ; 1i unteed to bring results and the Anthon' ")lary," Sirs. Baily said as. she SALE ",

t@ i "boys" have grasped the idea passed through the hallway, where Near Perry Lauding, Lake Front, ..

V} Go to their store, see tbe bargain the morning work was in progress, WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDALouisville

rr. loll them you saw their ad in The Tropical "I don't see why it is my stair rail

I'' l;. .. Sun live bapp I ly ever afterwaro always seems; dusty. I was in at I BRANNING BROSILADIES' j ji
and
and die-when you have to. Mrs. Johns' a few minutes ago, "

r 1 _. 1 couldn't but notice that hers was & Nashville
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l Iy'f' as clean and smooth as gbss." .

C. I. A. HoldsImportant "Yes'm," replied them&1d significantly Rai1road OUtFittERS '

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"she's three little boys- .

Meeting there s nothin' like slidin' for pJrt- i

srr -f ishin' handrails. But there ain't ........ "" '

anybody here as I knows on as 'd .. 1 1u
+ i I An important business meeting of III care to take the job o' that from Very Low Rate Round-Trip '


r''. :I in Improvement the park Monday: Association afternoon was, wbi he d mornin'to night 1" Summer PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 1 Florida East Coast Railway. -

c routine work .
ysklerable was accomplished. ; LAW. '
.C: Cnoklnir Stove! W.. it Cnrlonltr.DIscuftBlona .
the old "
concerning good

( The meeting was presided over by tb.f' times when the festive!! stagecoach added TOURIST TICKETS C.o.. aillULlNGWOUTH_ Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept. 7 1905.( .

: president, Mrs. Olivia Burubam. A r- zest to a life rather too placid for ,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
.1' tart from the treasurer showed that real enjoyment revealed n xtrnnge, .SOUTN'BOUND-READ
t h DOWN. NORTH-BOUND-READ UP.JTOUUK .
fun Is to the amount of about (28 were fashion In the cook stove of the long -- --- West Palm peach Flit _

in the The ago. "The first stove ever brought to ..
now treasury. park: committee No. 90 781No. tiS
i' reported considerable h Bowdolnham," said tbe one who never On .nalo dully to V8..ItU" poluts of the North fl IA). CUUltlli Dell 7 'L':1:: : STA.TIONS 6 Lslly'to: Dally: c.tt'.
i progress and Went, limited to October' 81nt tore _
4.. improvement that a lawn mower h c forgets "was brought from Topuhnm turn including! Clikaito, Mllwaukeo, Attorney and Counaelloi/ -Law soup 91D a Lv __....Jac"aoD"UI"'M'.?'_ Ar 100 p 8600 ,.
I, with a yoke of oxen. Father got it for .01 JI II'S s" "__So. "", ".oo.lIIe._.._.. Lv. 1 U II 8 42a
been purchased as well as other much mother would be MlnneupullH, St. Paul Denver WEST P\LM BEACH. FLORIDA o 111 II 10 G5 0 ._.__8f. Anguetme......?.?_. .. II eo II /() a .
l Deeded a surprise thinking Colorado gprhiKH.' Pueblo.Extremely o 68 II 11 8J a .__.. ......B.ntings._ ._ ._ 'U II 18 aa I t.
supplies. pleased with his gift. It had a handle U i-7 liHANMNO, r 10 II 11 60 a" .......,....,.. pant Palatka .?...?.?....." .. 'U j' a ;:a .

I Mrs. Maugbfin, of the street committee on It ami was -called a rotary stove. Q"fBii p j 14 Ar .,..._..........P..I..llt....._....._. L v. 10 ( 0;'
\ reported, that the approach to It could be swung around by tbe handle : low. rareH ro Portland O..lI'on.II..Ullllt Attorney andCounaellorttLa.w, a 'II II II IIJ a L. .,..,"',?...........1'1&11". ........?.....? .lor 6 001' _S 6a av ._.. ,
k UHM-IM mul Clark reutennlttlljxiJHon > ( TOil Ar ..... ,8aD M'iituo._.. ........, Lv. 10
I' tbe bridge from Olive street would soon and there was A piece that wenton ; also. to "dull' FrunrUro and Lou Auit> ..... tomes over J1ftuk.1 110 I' S OJ s t.v ""..?..,,..?..?..". San M..__.....?...?.......... Ar 1425p II "_'l 60'a :nC .

f' he cleaned up and made more preset top of tbe stove that formed another WEST PALM BEACH. FLA .,. 7-00 JI 'fi8Tj) L. ....__....... Noolr" ....._. L,. 8 p 0 (+ .._
r
1 able, tb. work to be dune by tbe own ftl oven When father: put It up he run Only line oii, >* ..\erg through sleepers|> from a e 10 09 I'p' J'16 12" P p"" .Dupont.---..__..?...Dunlloll".-..--- : a e7 44 II II: 2.: : .

of-the Tbe also showed the funnel right Into the fireplace Instead Florida to Chlvu o. MEDICAL, AND SURGICAL Q\ 8 4J II 128 P .of. ......- ...._Ormoll"-..-.-.. .. 810 II II a 6t a t __
property. report
of a flreboard and '"* Q8)69 p 1 89 II .__........D&71"U"......_..._ Seep 441a
l \:' I that many other improvements had been putting up rT (.: H u.MoPHYSIC4N It V, II 61 p" ....._,.....1'orl OrlUljf",.,.__... .r 2 00 p II a 't
made Iiavlug a hole cut In the usual way- Only lint opprutlnV through: nleeper' [ from : II a t 1111 JI II la P A. ....,..."..,.._New 8.,7.u.. ?...?......... .. II.J! : 16 a G .
"t on various streets. that Is, it !seems! the right way to us FlurhJu to St. Lulls wirli. UJiihiH Car aervlce 1A .C (8 k P A... ..,_.......,.LtlaHnler..?_,_ Lv 1216 p ?d JO II
4 A AND BUI/GEfJN 10 89 a S 66 ...._..,.... rt _
,\ special committee was appointed to, nowadays, but in thane lujg of courseno P Ora"lIa Oltl'""....?_ l' 811 P f Se p
4 to 16 a ((10 ... ..
p orange City Junction.. .
OUlce over Potter's tiloycle store WEST ? ? 12 80 P 616 "'
? P
communicate with tbe city council to : one knew bow a stove funnel went Through Tourist 1 Sleepers in Celfiol tile PALM BEACH. Itenklence Dear Royal :: 86 226t L... _......"...New amyrua-'Lv? II 110 P 06 a ( ).
r ascertain what amount the city wouldbe The neighbors came from every direction F- 100011 II 61 P ..._??."...0111 0111...____ 164 Pit a .
Pulnctautt hotel PALM BEACH. 12,1 1081111 a:I 80 P A. ... .............. Tltuevllle............. ... 4. s OD a 1
; In a position to appropriate ntx' to see that stove. It was a great 'III""t Dlnlnic CarServU'e, In the South r Crooa ....... ,. ? -.1? __ fA
: "" Ar ,___._.. 8"u'or" _..... L 1\1\ 01)
year for park maiutainauce and im curiosity and for a long time occupied; R.Up OTTlt. 31. U., o ".......... 1000 a Lv"',........"....... IInnr"r" ........?-?.....?? Ar v ........ a. JO Y 00 00 a a 0 __..
"I I the place of honor lu the minds of the 138Y P.s y Lv ."_...?_ Tn InUlu...._.._ L,. -f 16:; .. 00
provement.; whole neighborhood."-Lewlnton! (Me.) aiT-Ask for ticket via L. and N,1: 8.:111-111I. : W'H'l';: PALM BttACH KI.A. L Ill .U la II 4 09 P r ..._....?.... .00008.0. .. _,?_. .. 12$4p 211 a a :2 ,,
11 on 'JI .._... _. ROVSledge ..
A new committee to be known as the I' P .. ;; ..._._ It 80 II II" a
Journal. DENTALDIt.Itji.MAC1' ii 11 113 II 4 16 P .._.. FAII 0.11I0...__ 11 U -i
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a 1"
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"I I t Lookout Committee, was appointed, and ----- U 120Ilft' 64 P _....,._.Melbourne! .? __ 11 as a 18' 0 ...
a
I', f its For rates nnd'.eh.."III.... to any |1"lut North; U 1" II 81 P ..._...._. "bultao ..._.._ 1104
: will be a
interest and lflt.J.N.NE51'r1Ax U ftl
) I, duty to acquaint A Lar. Order. I ....... .. .. a _
t orVcMt and fur I'lilluiun reservations, cull bQ 811ftI liD P .. ..... ".8C. Luel"..___ JO U a 12 00 "
':"i the ladies of the city with the work of Artist!! sometime. find that persons on or wrlto' C 1 1111 a 8 at P .".._,.._.port 1'Ierc...._...._ .. 1016' a II ea 0 p _. :2 '. j
)1' OKI K.: HERRING. Drs. MACr & NEWMAN 1 18 0 o ".._"..._-Tlbbal. .,..__ I
8\1\
T O2p a It to
82
1 .the association as well as to increase who are abundantly able to buy pictures Fla. 1'"..... Anont. 1. and N. R. It.. Q- 1 liS a ....._......_... Eden _.......?._.. .. II 2s a 11 U P P
; not well able to appreciate DENTISTS ,' 1 liS a 1 11 p ....._..._". Janenn. .. .._ II ;
; the membership. are BO 91 a It 11 k)
it ?
"i b' 2OI( WcntDuj St.,Jnckaonvllle, FloridaNOTICE. a t89o T28p".. ..,_............... alusrt ..... ,'......... 111 t ft 11 fit p '
'JI, i.. Tbe president stated that all ot tbe the possibilities and the alms of art. Office in Jefferson Block I 08.. 1 eo p ..........,......"Ube Sound.?.....?._? .. 8 47 Ii 10ld P 0- a i
a 111 a S J' p" .._ .....swat ".. ..._.. I'
that "
The artist related a "Iter. 8 !
lloppiier I'
.. a
,;Fr- mount of 1129. fur the purchase of a WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA en V. a 8 Ot p .._...'"Wen Palm, lI.b.....?_ T 4e JO III II
wealthy stockbroker with his wife and 4 S2 a 118 _....... .,....._ .. a 1144 P:2 "
T
Twentieth 20
s'S 1 lad .. a
.: Century Phonograph, five eons and seven) daughters, once U. J. Ii: LIUDY 'f)1 4 u. II 2" p ., _.... ; .'Boylesn......._ .. 1 10 a II 118 0" I' Co.-
:9 t been pledged to Idner &' Sen and t D e a 87 a 10 2t p _...,..Port latudetrlae__ 618 "
\ t' aug- called upon him. The gentleman said: vOillco w: 8 4a a JO 30 P .. ... ..... .... Danl"I a S IS P OJ 1
rat gestid that a special committee from ""Well Mr. Painter here we are, abaker's Notice U lioivh)' (riven hunt I "h..lI.onlno -2:>(lh\ Dentist :I e 68 a JO f2 P ...........?......Bnfandnln... ... .. III 10 a SOlI I' V --
I the association take the lift aid llect day of January, .\. I P. Ittu", apply to thu lion..\. Plrat door west of Undo County Suite ,,0 o II' a It 01 P .................I.emna. pay..??.?. _???_? .. 6 r4 a a 7 T U pay .00 'i i
; I' ci : dozen. How much will you t:. IlalM-i1,C'uiinly; Judge of Dadu (;Ollllly.'lul"-! Bunk _6 86 a '11 pAr ..................... Miami.............M....... Lv. M. 7 20 2V II P
I. ...I.., tbe pledges, securing others to con'piece demand for painting the whole lot 01'UR _
riti, for a llr.nl il! cliartfO an "ndnduistr ir) of tin Dan" .
i t <\,: the necessary amount, M> that tin phono prompt payment for discount I ".tnto. of John Henry Ruth,ili'evaHiul.Ontud WEST PALM BBAC1L FLOKDA Ex HOMESTEAD: ; EXTENSION.. nail Ex.)'

{ I i r : graph might be installed curly in Jceinbcr. "'Vby' that will depend" replied the I t hula. lath dot of July.A. 1>. lilon Son. \h Sua,

p I ; This; suggestion was favorably artist "upon the dimensions style .iciii.y) M. WUEPPBIU T-;. ........... L. ".._..............lIfl.mt......_.._ Ar-.._.......
'f-J received and a committee is .out. today composition and" Admhilnli'iitor, of:Lliu J E tnt."if.'''hlll'"I'Y Hull L. A. WILSON JO 110 a.............. A. ....."............Bow..le&d....._..._., Lv .........?. .80 1 00 p P '
"Oh. that's all settled! replied this it"'''' "",, .
; :t I d&1'f: securing pledges and making collections person who evidently followed the excellent Mo. AaINo.' 11 No. !''to.17 ,

74 f:1 Tbe association then adjourned subject plan of knowing exactly what .......... ................ ; ; Dall: D.IiyUnl MAYPORT BRA.NCU No. 18 NoROy Sun. Nn. liS
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Ual :. Dall"y DaUy .: ,.
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to the call of tbe pre-Idcot be wanted when he went shopping MANUKACTUICEll; 0 ; -1'.'

} ;#.' l -_: -___ I "We are all to be touched off In one -;;;;: 10 10 a ;;;; S 20 a L. .... I
JarleonvllleAr' ;;;
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life all seated 'Man Who Once : 1018. p $2R& Ar .,.,8o. T 46 a 1255p :::
; : Increased AcreageJAccording piece as large as upon Boots and Shoes : :a : : Jackeonvlae Lv
10 60 a 555. .,,, ; ; ; :
p Pablo aesuh. ::: : non: : :n -r
our lawn at Clapham and all dinging 146 JI 10 IIG aI 45 P t IH a '. ......Allanllo Bcech_. .. :::::::: I
[:: / to some of tbe largest potato 'God Save tae Queen.' 8 OO)(I P 11 111'a loop 1 20 a11&1'0"_ f46a11a0a 00 0 1216 a 416 4811p.P ...._._.._ ",

planters not less tban 3,000 acres at : Repairing in All Kinds of Leather I""
)Made Diamonds
Hastings will he devoted to potatoes At .
Where Martha W..blav .
'. the coming planting. Without exception : Martha, Washington did 'not .11iI in CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

I'' -- the lamer: planters will duplicate> the same room as her husband, but In : Close Ccnocc.lo. ;

i: fie acreage of last season and in many a room in the garret, under whose slopIng : Cutclillc :. India Taped>' BncixlSn Made at Atl.nl w|lib< Slcamehlpe .1 the p. ft 0. S. S. Company Fr ,

roof the heat was Insufferable In : By Dyne !
k instances they will increase it. HAVANA AND KEY
t At the present time llaxlinxs Is a busy summer and the cold not slight In win. .. WEST.
it ter lighted only by n dormer window. J '-
t" y 6." place Plouxbui'ti are> at work in every The[ lower corner of tbe door of this attIc : As absorbing a story as that : and Himliide Shofs s Tb..... e'.ftJntt"the times. at which t.ftln.may be tad 1
field and mules are In great demand. from the buS II eapro f.arrive B, and dopers
room Is cut off. This was done for : celebrated author and traveler : nor Is this comp.oytob.h..ar. .pon..a.7JrXXY VUn\VX me. al..teeS lit not guaranteed "
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5 Tbe indicstioui! are very bright for a the convenience of the cat which was .IMlol'be""rom .

,1 t ': -:.. favorable ctop at good price The Sirs. Washington's note companion In has penned, will be printed in FOB TENDER FEET ,'

r r, Northern markets not her of months after For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD
are glutted astbty lonely vigil eighteen this in or Other Information
: shortly con ..
F t were a year ago. Hittbiprices it is : the general's death a companion paper : Olive !5t, North of New Jefferson Hlo t "SEE .

,dr believed, will be maintained until the i which tbe old general himself had of- :. junction with : THE TICKET. AGENT." :

1 Is ten petted. It was the custom of the' J. D. RAttNER "
*} entire Hasting crop marketed. Asst. Oen'l Pass. Agt.
to shut, for two a room ST. AUGUSTINE
family up years FLA.
One large coninii sinn house in the ,
hi which" a death had occurred and : Nine Other Stories : S. H. RICHMOND
]Koitb is staking planters to the extent: Agent
his was the reason why Martha and o. w.
'. of 500 acres, and this tends to show the her cat moved to the shabby and stuffy FENT0N & e0.

" F C r confidence of bone in a J position to know little garret I : of similar quality*-by writers : Perrine fret Land Company .. .

r r iu the Hastings! crop. I Th. Solder. I : that shine in the literary firma: : /fl.: "t 14-I'IIT'F.. ,; fea! Undertakers
Last the area at Hailing was 4. -; -J HJ S T: and
year .
Tho spider has a tremendous "'. "" Tv"ffi; .:.:.: frf '-" ; .;,:]'
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s. 2 700 acres. This was imlepei dent of appetite : ment. : r-TT t I. P Kl OKI PA .., ",, --.
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' I and his gormandizing defies .. :- : ;: .
'i i he various other farms scattered over : : ':'; _' EmbalxpersWFflT ,
Copyrighted :: -
" i all human .competition. \ scientist ours to use One TfiinulQ: Cough CureFOP _
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Without mUii
L, tbe county. g too: ( ptitn'iBtic ,
\\'i who carefully) noted a spider's con- ] exclusively.A Colds and Crouo. '"hpr Jl1oc'c Hl1rCfbll '
u1 11 a vlrw of tbe prospects it can be : : Rough t'ppt
s 'A of food CALM
sumption in jwentyfourhours BEBcli FLA
I that the farmers
IE' t" a'ety predicts potato I concluded that if the spider : treat that doesn't come : H ---
." t ;: will meet with unusual success in their
;1 ; next crop.-SI. Augustine Reef r t. : were built proportionately to the : ever -day. : fi.
'IF-! Ir I human scale he would eat at day _

', break, approximately, a small alligator DYSPEPSIA CURE
, r; i The deed was filed in the
( following I by 7 a. m. a lamb, by I 9) a. m. : KEEP AN EYE OPEN : .
E R office Miami > .
Clerk's at
: County yester" *
a young camelopard, by 1 o'clock a DIGBSTS'VHATYOU
1 d.Florldx East Coast Railway Cat beep and would finish with : FOR THEM : O O. .tb SLSO"bal." s.nma 2lI EAT ....,
J up a em.k.Mal.... .
t to Jas Mnrray for f75. let if, block: 10, ......... .rklrk....Nr to>>0..4 ......
lark pie In which there were 120 MiT 6..a .........,...,. .. l" _
Clow's, addition to West Palm Bca> .-h. birds. ......................S... B. C. D.WITT i COISp ::, t r/ 1
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,1"AO i TURKIC TI1K TROWOAL SUN WEST PALM BEAl( FLORIDA WEDHtiS'' ;DAY. NOVKMHEB; 15, 1905!

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GSM'' "" -- -- ""I II--1''' \\l1"r'.r-. -,, ,, .
Iprogram for '
Phllosophian r ,
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:.' .:St te. )ducators '. ; Nttf4 ;'((1i
I' :| I :Literary Society 1 .,

-- One Friend \ :
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'' The next annual, meeting of the Florid regular. meeting of the :Fblosopbla:

Educational Association will\ be held at Society was held in the school auditor!. 0,

:Miami on December rj, 38 and 29. tup Nov. loth. ._ J Tells' Another

!; ,:TJausportston--A11( railroad: aDd Th ( meeting was called to 01'<).1' by;' THE BErtT'ACCOUNTthat ; '" r ". ,

,teau)8btp lines,have granted one tar the president, Miss d., vault 'and *fte .
p,1\ >"'pla twentyinve. cents for: the roans roll call the minutes of the last'meeting; ] you ever rend or ever will rl'Blit14 U I tank wccount. And the longer T'lrI'AM. "

'trip"'.AVe hope to, secure even' be\tu\ were read and approved. tbe account the more interesting: it in.. Why jiot sta't such' on account: tor !'5

I'I' rate thou this. The committee pu.'tram: The new president Miss ;Elliott: ,' tbei n yourself? "fhe ethos_ ; In simple and el\t'lY.' Ali.you have to tin.it rojt, )fngf{ about the ,completeness ..!fi.

Hai'3"., port U en Id f, actively! work and if sue took the chair and proceeded to, lusttt) a few dollars to 1. \ / :j

CeBBful 'we will announce later. j tbq rest of the new offloers. The Dade County State Bank, *W'e..t Palm Beach Florida of our' HABD.WABE) +it.
'' have beel1. Au. artrl( Concerning debates was put "
F II ''elfl/ -Th following rates \
granted nt the hotels and boarding hoe"t b:for. ire\ /society\ and the president prOo'' and. your part-la don so far\ starting IB!,concerned. Yo ..will.\ (1-1. VJo.\ : --- .. .. stock, the fairness of our'

,, ..ss :,{)Halcyon,Hall will be headqnatte.1.. pased that eomeoue! \ make it motion for ked, the first step in what prove the nucleus of a fortune. ,I r FigareWith t

j I at $3 511 ,R day ; .u n accomurodaie3nt its adoption, The motion was madeent '- prices and. the. courteousness ;f.:
Tbe Southern. fl, 50 a day. The Slid Cm' seconded'and will be voted on at tbe< :
Jos $a.51.1; 'day. The &vrgtade"J2 a next meeting. ",*t ", :! ': us pf our treatment-',is \;

''day.-.PriVate' ,.families a" reasouablrate" As there Was no further .business 'fo ( ; ( For and list ;
.J. 'rendl're'd'' Qt t;; so, our of custom..: ,
?' l discuss, the program. was, ; r.. ? LtOptcaL'un J

,_ Committee' on Recepllon-TProt.Vf; V* follows: .Building ers, grows and grows 'i' 'L'LSupplies I

\Hall' ,'U. P. Bragg and Prof. S. f. pam; Song .S..clt'ty '
tti' mon. Story .Miss de Vaul from' week. to. week. ;; ;Ii i iHatchettOaCamara

;' ,.//.110.1. Qli1tetwllJ'll"e..aY''informs. Recitation ., ). Mildred ilil .' JB i DEPftRTMBNT' \

a lion desired''and secure accommodation.. Declamation ., Edward-Owen \, "

'! "in 1 otela and, boarding\ 'houses for all. wbo, Song' Sixth and Seventh Grade !

*&*". "requel't f. Recitation .' Marian J' Camara. Is equipped with modern machinery and appliancesand I Hardware

< ', TheeitzenaofMiami: will give,,It f re!!! Declamation .Hartwehl.etRecitation Co.

4 excursion on FrttUy afteruopu; .toth_ Miss Wtklkt executes work in.a. style that is up-to-no\v: West PalxnJBeach, .Florida .

gulf stream and reiuru on one of the f':. An Interesting debate ,was\ .fheu hell .

and O. ateatiiera. }'A which Suciebehe Darling and Jaroe .. .. .. 5

t Wa1101J.. 00k the,side of the nffirniatve( :f wvvvvYa rv WVVVV VV.f YVV VaYIYYVVVYY7IyVVyy'yyy 7yyyaC
i I PROGRAM. and Gertrude Rowley,and Roy. Ulce thinegative.

,i Wednesday Dec. 17.< evening sean'on! j .. The quektion was --"Resolved SUMMER HOTEL, CHICAGO
.8 o'clock is inconsistent with Christian!- JIUUKHABDT'Stmt
That war Palm Beach, Nov. 4, lane
i' ; > Mimic by the Biscayne 'orcheMra.Invocation. ty." The arguments ,from '.both .:aide -

Rev. W. W. Farris D. D. were well' stated hot the judges (CPrbfrsaor ? \t ,HOTELi 'DEL: Pt RDO Country Sausages
behalf of lhI .,
,:>_-, Adiireia, 0( welcome on Stephens professor Gaiamoa and M.'

';, city of Mi nilby Hoo Mltcbell D Price. Allen) decided, 'in favor of the negative : A lligh: .Class: Family and Trintilent Hotel.I Buckwheat Cakes
<: On behalf. of the teachers ofI>ade count]y Tbt appointed Miss EUiiBroadwell ; ... ,
prC'sldfnt ,
", ? C .. .& txitwoen WiMhlnNfton nnil Madison AVWHIKHI. fronttnuf on the Midway 1
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by"Prof Wl,W.. Hall, piiaciM Miens!\ \ ,Muta Grace. Andrew,, an< I HoiilKvnril. ail .uuruliiff the C'lifunnu pulvurvlty, Heal Country Pork ,SuUBHtfes.'oI; the most delirious flavor,

: ,' high school Philip Helm to act a* program ..countit. : Parlor;,and Bedroom with Private Bath and' Board ror Two People, packed cis nicI'Sl\n"AKl'/IIlo/. IF. you like country pork au- r
-.. \ Mi. sc' .- by' B'scayti! Crcholhra. .. tee for the ensuing term ; and after sing : from $30 to,, $40 per Week. sAge you will certHinljf he deliRhtPil with tb >se. Pry ili'*>m map

.? ,,Re"iponw; by J. W..M:,Clung, Superin lag '''lI UIt!, S.eet, II )III"" '''thw I.ety'] I.. Twee..mlnatesfromdown town via IlllnolH Central nIlUW",. in their own fat. Price 25 cents per tin.

,, '. ,- ,, tend.-uliT: uipa Ciiy tcboola. adjourned.. f *> All trulim atop| at IlrclIt./! ... to wlilcti biiuanwti MhuuliI bin chec-kcd,),

", j Anoual,addrenc, by* the president, A. Bessie Andrew,.Editor, t (MKApLCMIJSERVE" Proprietors, New Buckwheatis

,A. Murphree. now in stock in packages aUlprpj.lrflltoeJ for
.. ,- Best Dairy ,. ,tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAftiAeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. 15 package.. ready use" i,
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..''Tf.nr day forenoon, 9 o'<:Iodc. If, .you want J good, purr, aereated,;; ---..- -. -- -,- -- -.- to with' I
#o the i-nkw of all
jJo: .oc tion-Rev W. E..Stm tony Syrup sorts. Maple syrup
Bead
r F. ; wholesome milk, try the Palm : in
pure, quart bottles 60 cents. ,
Honey Drip, H
>,,'- *>cal.solo, selected: Minn Pearl Gardiaier. Dairy Purity;! and ,c1eaulines: our :Soathern : .R&kriyi bright, heavy syrup qanrt
r "'t .specialty. Drop Oil :.a card. Will' deliver in hulk, quart, 15 vents. )Kuro Corn Syrup, liked by
....'.t.1. \ as early, as 5:30 a.m. many, tins 10 cent I
T Science U the grammar grade, li:: M..
'- L. W.
,Evans of Tiimpn. BURKHARDT. FINEST' GROCERIES
." .rFor Sale At a Bargain. ..
,' ; ,Teu-nl..Ult' general ,diacuaa on. N! B. Oet.our new prices on Hay, drain and Feed. t
One almost news 7 drawer, drop head,, t3flt will pay to purchase Coupon
'v ;TeiigUin EiiMnv| i \ the .grammalschool you our Books.ODOOO
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,, In,.. Ada F-Merritt, prlnclpnl oak Sewing Machine, in 6rst-clasa' work'Ling i u 1 Two through fast : }
condition. A Iso machine ,
; ,.,LSOIOM Citv traded( ) schoo'. Regular: i
r.->: 'Ten,pilnulta.; grnrral-diacumaiou... Will) go for f 15 to' first applicant. Ad. trains daily be- e
dress box 4J3. West Palm.Beach i
10. Thursday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock. t
MH H MIMW MM.-M.
'Solo, Mia Eugene Rouifh. ,A Daredevil Ride I i tween the North
Annual l address of W. M., UoJlo"ay.k .,,. To' heal I i
; often ends in a pad accident.-v
r state *i>perinic dent. accidental injuries) lure Bucklen's Arnica and the South.
.' The standard cuuase of utmly for the Salve. ,"A deep wound in my, foot, 1\ .. Ipl r t
qp; hlHh.i.cboo'a ; wb..t'It should by by R. ,
a. accident shies .TheodoreScbuele
from an' ,
t. I''ea ,.1 M Ruy principal. Plant City high school;: I. of Columbus) ,O..!' caused me I For particulars .
J2dwid.Suwannee) high icboot. 0
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great pain.: Physicians helpless
were
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.... general 'discusaknTbnraduyevenit'ySo'docky ,.
I. Thirty minute for
but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly heal .;., i sleeping car reservations -
:\ : i% ed it.*' ,.Soothes, and albe burns like

v .' Miialc by Hlscayne c rcheatre.t. .. maglo 35C! at all lung stores.
etc. ad-
t.. s>lal; quarleilr,selected. "' ';'f ,

.... ..JT1>.,'oppoxi'ioo of the public barrooms
.. .,: Garden Seed
to the public1' ,coo1a.| dress
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'" line of garden : .
Civlug tie boy f 11'1 tare lent i. b) Prof. Just received a frtph _.
I,. SurprleStrtumUnivtr.tty. f seeds of all kinds from standard seed
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.1 "I Worth Produce Co.
'n' '. .- Lect nro. _____ I bouse. Lake .

J. O.: LUSK
FrIc1aYforeuon.9o'cloek. I ; ,
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Locue>:' candies M fe"'ski's.i. .
t;+ -.., .Invocation, Rev J J<. Love. .
District I'nsHeuger Agent: Jacksonville!: Fla.
.t ;;:V ."Solo..M 1118 Julia Talidfvrro.ir I I ,i. -taat.Hoe Vanished. .
,- > Rene high school ,Id.ealc. Miss Hattie .
that
V/ben leading physicians said
r '; i, Catpemvr of Slinnn W. ,M. i-tiiitliart, of Pekin, Ja., had fa '
PaptrbyvW Nunleyprlt.cipa1Ikc Atlantic Coast Line
r4 { Lund !high uhool.w .urablf.coO"uU1p'l, his last hope vanished '

9 ,..' ...Espr..8IIio. and it* relatlon'to educaii : ; but Dr. Kiug's Mew Discovery THE: GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM LORIDA Tri-Weekly Sailings Between
for .Coughs and Colds,
I' ,.t ,' Lion and lif",,' Mien Edith M. M. sea of Cpnuiniption ,
rr; .V' Tallahassee. kept,,him ottt of his giave. lie curedme says: CONNECTIONS JA OKSQN VIL.LE. 'P NEW YORK

: : ir o'clock' bu.inermsesslon.w 'This,and great saved t.my eific Jife.;.completely'Since then, I f the East: Over its own rails 'to Savannah CAllfnfr at Chsrieaton) 8,C., both w.v.. ,

,w Friday allernoou.r THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS; IN TBIt COASTWISE SERpICR1'UE
Richmond and Washington
have used it for over 10 years, and consider Charleston _
Excursion on Peninsular & Occidental "
oft it 'a' marvelous throat and lung thence via Pennsylvania By. CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOLTHEltN LINEN
tojhe gulf stream by citizens:
'i- .t. steamer Strictly scientific cure for' Sore .ia All Rail ,. '
cure. Direct Service Between 4k;
Miami.
?
ThoatlCougbl or Cold; sure ''preven JACKSONVILLE; BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE:
,.l*.tt'Prlday ,venlDI(. of live ,of, 'Ppeutnonla. Guaranteedsoc: :f The Louisville & NiiHlivllle, via ..MontgomeryThe AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.'
Concert by Miami Conservatory boUle. at drug store. lest Cattier at Charleiit.n both way .
Nt. rod $i 00, any Ch..
; I. ,<-.AI"lie. Mobile.& Ohio via.Montgomery HBMI.WBKKI.Y! SAILINGS.
bottle free.
Trial
,_ ,Reception by citizens of Miami. Southbound From Lewis' Wharf Boston
.
: Miami U one. of' the moat attractive Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
stand and Ocean for New
To Via Savannah Steamship Company .
''II the state' and.the executive Still at) Send us your -
Boston.
: f '.ff\ place Tbe York, Philadelphia
w, committee i III anxious. to have a large at.*' lauodryj! Satisfaction guaranteed atStrahan'a East t Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Halt!. CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE

rmY., n Vientiane*. W. P. Carn, Steam: Laundry. ., more. Between Jacksonville and. 3anford.: '
and Merchants & Miners Com
Via Savannah Transportation
( ., ,?.?, ..Chatimuq\ Executive Committee steamship: pany for Baltimore and Philadelphia. (topping at Palatka, Astor, I St. ,Francis, Beretiord (DeLini) and
PIERCE BICYCLES at Cummings Intermedlat Laadlngs on till St. Johns River

it- 'I Cheated Death. Clematis. aver opposite' hank tf., ro KEY WEST via Peninsular & Occidental Steamer VCitv of ..Jacksonville t'

_',,- KU,.v-lroable' often toda fl\t lh'! ,but and' ."appointed to ..II.* 'utlow.I-Loftve Jacfcaonvllle.;Sundays,Tu"a
by chooMng tbe right med a'be, U H.Wolf. A Jetiersoa.Monulnelt.! HAVANA Steamship Companyyla laave aanlofd,Moiulnyn Wednesdays ami Sundays at 9:80: a. m._
,
; .-, of Hear Grove, Iowa. cheated: louthbountl ",,""d..,.. Northbound i
.
An Associ ited Pret- .dispatch from Head down. Read up.CAve
I had
r'14 'death. He Sara; ? Two yrara ago ,SOMETHING NEW
....> T, of Novrm. JACKSONVILLE: : .Arrivea.s..
Va under date 3 30 pm
canard, greet', Richmond ,
'. 'Kidney-Trouble, wVich me took .. '. Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13.000 miles; oi among toe prsDclplitlilroad. 45pm .. .... .... ... .PALATKA.. .... .. .. .. .. l.n.'oopIIO
< t palo Buffering( RUeS anxiety but I t her nth says: The officers of ih >> 6owelation In the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents oo.m .. ASTOR 8 pra
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Bitters, which effected a complete the of to New York via Atlantic Coast Line
Electric Pullman
of formed for purpose ret't'l{ Through Sleeper Port Tampa 430111 ft: FRANCIS, loopm j jN
l:1', cure. I have also. lonnd.. them and lug here monument to Joseph J' ffetson -'rank c.B 'ylestan, Commercial Agent W. D. Stark Traveling Passenger -_. )PR.8SFOItDD..LAND? )...._ M 1 oopm.rri
i' great benefit in !general dvbill'y obtained charter today frOi Ill fleet, tag iVeat Bay street Aator Building, Jacksonville FU. II. M. Emerson ...8 jo m., ....... ,....BANPORb .._ 9 s-am f
a |
., nerve trouble, and keet them constantly tbe actor, rraffi' Mauls ,err W. J. Craiar, General Passenger Agent. Wilmington: N. C. 10 Oitain._.............,1 NTEIt PRISE........ ...........". TO OO am
on hand since- all find they bave 110'equaJ. the State Corporation CQ>iimianp.l } 11' I

4i(t ,. / .'.:' AU d"WIII' : gu-rrntees them present\<<\ of the association lit (},)v"rnr ---- I General Passenger and :Ticket Office. 122W. Bay St.,'Jacksonville :t

.y, : t l ;at? 'gcent3' [ 1\( J, Montague.f\ P.MIRuNMONOEttJrAw'tUen'IPaeaat125WealBayMt..JsekeonHtle.: 11'I.. !i
fir -- --.a.ar. II | 1 >v-. W.bd'OOl'IHJr.: PretQhtA.M C. P. LOVELLllup'. '

F 'w .., Ou aooouut of the annual meeting of For All Kinds of Pile, ;; ''. SUBSCRIBE I ,: FOR, THESUN t. v. 1IAORltTY.: Oen'l R""n Moot 01 Pew.Norse Act Street.. New, Tusk JIIO..nvlll". CIYDE Florida MILN, Oen9 pr" Aa{, N.,T"t; ,
a SOAtherD'EtA .!looal -Association, "It: ) b. EUEK. WH. 1'. OLTD.l CU.
the fire of burn .heaf'fitut : .. 1.a". t
To draw the out a tionoraf Manager U nChcKbrotKh t ,,i
which meets at l'il\lIbemi. Teno... No without leaving a .scar, or to 'e\tre Building 10 8'....Strut New Tort ,x)'J
.ember to 25.lIc'lIrl"'e! l tbe lAtlantic skin -
boils teller enema anti all :
Bores .
r' v C' 1 'Coast Line Ihl..j r baa arranged to aell Witch i wish to Inform B.-I-T person .."II.n. one .
dlseises& IVnt'j", tun '
and scalp nse mlleMof Weat l'nun. Utiaunthnt" '
nuntirvu
tickets one first class fare plus twenty fur Mil... bleed. hor to repair your w. molnck and aAt' IIJ'Ou..Ube t".1. .
for the round trip. These Hsjiel jialve. A peclfto J.elr-to Bl year ey..with s oclale. or GEO. HASLEHURST & SOD V ,': 'c til.+'t a bMfffMi ratarn. for :i : ..
ftvecents' t niit"apUea Stbpa and Ui cell( you 'anything, you ,. .
; lug...ltchtfg a n.t.rr' ayeg-lftiNUM .i.t'. your lobos and ...
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rate 1 K.i ni'x'r *> and line. I sin mil a wlnlur
; r: tickets will be out! inny want in my < your ground
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"tnaneotly.
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the prig h..I".tl! eu'eaa but "wnnanont rcuiUtunt, a pro* .
a
vUitor,1 .
( afford
ean't
fye a//
: fiaat limit of.ntntt "II I lln Nieteml.rp In DMIe to: .. and pvrfuotl ," l 1I1I.m"( i yon .
i 31, | curY ) : Ovtili:, Kenufoo: 'StlJ fijA._ Q.kC'I .Ioouiolhlo party owner fur an ) us. 'ne..Warohee you may hive Contractors and Builders to plant.D7&1>IDI but s !t
ful1loor.IIIII.ii .i ale' pink its
30. For tu tranwct, with knit Jow."ry
*t. Y reservations. : tte* Atlantic{ C"ii"t U"'eagents In nevit of ravalrlitK may he Mint by roar'attr...' .
.d pail uit e"I'""'a, I will examine ? w.parr FERRY S
P.O. BOX
"' < nr write, P... not forget! thai, |)r K U. Arm. .ati.laak.rr'you oat by rvtnra. can mall order-If the the price arils" la not r j- 304

sl .r Frank C. Boylaton, Mriing ni'>!fJ Fy..tti>il Nerve/ Kpeclaifsn turned without eh\r
? t,: District. Pas+enerDealrablo \ 'Io.m. '( ">{1. 1 li'iVwn-i.l;, ; '. will be at theS. ty year.: In eMHirionce New York with ana win neltmnre-.Ix:! of, the IxmthiniMia t <;.:theoitaadar4._W"....*
Kodo
: '; 4t J,1 iekinneI'Ie' !Fief I Watchmaker and Optician OyspepsiaCuiiwDigests .
: and hand WtTbq lw produo
: n-'ltiola j 'lu-te' I" r.- on N v. 11, it ,''' n Jaokwinvllle.\ l y
I A Croeby; th* M AI fturwikrop
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T'nrv rrqufnt. ilint nK <411 Ir former !''' "iht to aufllolent All dJ ra UUMm u
( ;... people wNh-ng" jibe. twit'I' ,ft I Ir pttlieula?3 will cou.r io 'tl>. hotel.. for 'an I anc* that 1,imiluiitand Uaatlllaeveryoae.E. my buiineu. and1guaratee i Ns.d. Our......lase..1 ,4S

,. ,. sable board are irvlied I: J<) l\ ,(tbe nie&aa and''would'' invite OPTICIAN free oa. raqueat.rt d,
AND .... .
Iuspecllugoltheirceeem; EXPFRT WATCHflAKER FLEY3IIoNXANbTtguns >.M. a DO.D.'IIOIT.II'ON ,
'c. Mrs, FiauKPsrlioK. A.WALKER. : j
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served Mlnaref .tl .e. 1 others who In geed of their ,
are .
1' j- tre.. Olive street between .! "services. any to" ate them '""" 'J Jefferson. Block West Palm Be rli Cnld* l lr..vMt( Pnauraonla' ,Itr
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,tAGK FOUR 'TILE< TKOPICAL SUN, WEST I\ALM' BEACH: Fi-urtlDA! WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 190BJ .

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'.' I dto "If it to not too iate" replied 'Miss I
ground or asleep-.-the autocrat changedhis atrulD the gray kerchief of Introduction. He bowed again-this ;John clung like a turtle to his Inaudible Rucksr 'rapidly and' ,.te dtjy> nny f. "
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advice. 'l'blnll'lI(01'0 shaping themselves with Its red Blotches, Into a conversation, /'<
Nothing andEverything with the speed of a cyclone. The drawer. The medic/ft// man spoke of time to bin cowl\1I.ulou-and profound "He acts as It he meant'. business" ," thank: you for!,rescuing" me fr4ut'tt very .:>: !2

Italian girl shrank closer to him. A the teeth of the beat/ but the mind of ly. It was as; It be humbly said "Sig- suggested. Howard Tifft mildly. "1 dangerous escapade ,
nora, will you honor them?" and smiling "Not unless I may thank: you for getting
burly Switchback dame tore at her the autocrat wei*;; to the woman's reckon hers' dropped In too much mon- ."j '.
he looked toward his audience as Into It And It was really you
face and she huddled, frightened, teeth as "slgnor" trembled between ey, and he's kicking for change, but .
against his arm. The virago's angers them. The idea siiole over him that though to beg their consideration. The she's not giving up." be said; as If, with the doubt gone real tot "
maybe. In spite of leer half pantomime was Italian and good-applause could: do no more than believe the
missed the girl's cheek but they caugbt hearted denials When the big engineer finally rejoin
By FRANK SPEARMAN the kerchief off her neck. The bear th@. brute\ did beat her. In Switch? : a alight courtesy from signora' ed his group the Italians "'ere.scurry- tty y
and a tuning at the violin to enhance "Since have unmasked Uf'. yea, ::,,.
assault back where but one woman you .
tamer interposed to resent the passes,In Ing down the road, aud Hattie was
r y1} Cnpnrtaht. I/)$, till ""'''''k }t. Spearman lifetime the Importance of the introductory And I have something for :you M ;. ,
snatched a one n
( John Blair, pushing him buck, ny indulge fancies, ready to be carried upstairs '* '
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'woman's baud and that night when the tens, Blalr-oh, may I keep this? she n ked,
the scarf tl'Ol1tbe print of the "It's nothing, explained John lazily. .' .''I' t
I ', A IWITt'HBACK loy between und rebuked her by name. Then be bear's claws Itched he wondered Then a queer little dance tnuo rippled '. We had a lync-hlug at Switchback holdiug the kerchief and l looking(! *t '

5'\ S two summer retorts lu Colorado turned. I whether she would ever come buck If from his fingers. Signora B.ovly; three years ago-bad affair; three Ital. him ,: "

\';. ,f' one a large and prosperous "Oi-eat God I Don't touch one of kho were beaten and speculated on how drawing up her little body', swayed tIt land I was sure that girl was one of "It }'a yours." \J""I

,{: I : tit, : town,' a very swell town these women. They'll tear you to bad she 'would have felt If he had Just nt first sif by suggestion. Then a the two who escaped. She insists not "No; ;yours. But It you give it back ;

.; 'I with a group-of very swell springs the pieces Keep cool now, my 'boy, or lot them hung Tony and pulled her little more bending! and smiling, until Is !It too near dinner time for an apolllnarls !- to me I will keep It" \.Ii 1\!\!,
safely out of It with a quivering, a soft trembling, of She tucked It hastily In her I brtsom, \
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'I' JI f: other nothing more than a huge hotel your heels will cool In the air. There or lemonade?
I li:) :jll up the gorge at Spanish Peaks hung was a touch of anxiety in his voice. .. .. the tambourine she charmed her spectators "It hill' take something more than and produced from somewhere ,. "';,Jp.roan

Iti: t about by granite tapestries hard elk'! they With a deft move he got the Italians East for a va'atlvll-tho first In years with her_ Into the' rhythm of a lemonade to square! this J, B.," declared could lay Just where-tbe El'role. 'W" '

!' j\;!!\> y manager's heart behind him and tried to appeal td the John Blair went home to Buffalo, got plate dance, Howard Tlfft, with dignity whereupon dote nugget' the autocrat bad droppedInto _,f I\\ {
r, ,' b his sister Hattie and took Never for once did her feet leave tbe her tambourine. ,1i1:
!.f; When El Toledore mine was smoking women. her with him John offered to pay whatever penalty
t ii as they put It for a lively market\ 'Twas she set the beast on the up to tHe Itangeley lakes. Passing I dusted spot. It was done without a might be inflicted. "We do these crazy things !In air set 'f',):

f f.SI' t Switchback boasted a lively population .-hld! !" screamed John's landlady making thirty-three the autocrat was grayish; step; Just a swaying, molten motion, ., for charity/"10 ughed )1lIIa Rucker 1 ',.vly. ;

(1\\",''1 with three shifts on-600( ml'UI. a rush."N9nsense. his eyes sleepy as ever Hattle was light as fancy-done so marvelouslyand It was the regular night of the Law- '. "But this", -holding the nugget .,.. -: '""''her&
I.. \1 barely twenty and overflowed so quickly that men and women tween her thumb and flnger "th < I .. .
time than
at
but never any more one Mrs, Jackson! scoffed I ford dance, and the Lynn crowd front '
,1 J\\ ; I boss. He was Kl: Toledore manager, Joint "If was all an accident The The tour included'a bolt at the Law. found themselves shouting and clap- Stelle's had come over in force. The I could not turn In to' my padrone.-

"; ;,,1' mining engineer and superintendentJohn kid Isn't even scratched There's no ford House at the toot of Mount; Washington ping her and tbe dancer nodding and nodding autocrat If anything sleepier (ban : kept It for my own self Still. Ityours. U '

t +,i John Blair. He was boas. harm done Didn't I see It? Hero, By the happiest possible", chanceIt I thanks betoro they realized It usiHil, trailed with the Buffalo con ." : ti
: I", The highway that connected the resorts wrap this around my arm. Have a little developed that tbo landlord Law- I was over. No one had eyes except for. tingent. "No" he protested 'Twas lsirty
t
; crossed the Switchback street between sense," coaxed tbe man of blood ford was likewise landlord of the Span- her. No one saw the autocrat staring "Aren't they Just too swell" exclaimed earned.

.J' f .J' the hoarding house and the de and steel, confronting the serious danger lob Peaks the huge hotel up the gorge helpless.and He watched bad leaned abruptly forward Hattle excitedly "Oh, why "You frightened me so'yesterday" I .

pot. The sun at the noon hour beat intently as ho twisted the kerchief In his from El Toledore Itself, a. stones throw with amazement. don't they make shoes in Buffalo, vowed I would never mask again
;, 1.. It and John Blair the from Switchback. He had with favored Look and look'as he would be never "I never -will-to me"
t on on baud about bis forearm. All the while John? See that baldheaded man. Is hope you .. '
I' porch of Mrs. Jackson's boardinghouse guests, himself Inspected the famous caught her eyes; unless once, in the repeated "Let back" she urged nervously '
r. i ''t too be hud been edging back toward It his picture we see on the billboards, us go
:" '. :\ ." ,J' melting the last of his favorite the depot, with his Italians behind .,Im. mine. The Blairs found themselves nod nodding for him.;- so peculiarly girlishone John? I'm going to meet some of those( "They will think we're lost.

', (' ",," tobacco Into blue haze, was. sink- John Blair had been through one lynching unexpectedly: at home" The autocrat far from her Her thoughts seemed people; or die. Howard Tuft knows that "I am lost."

', : n lug Into a doze when his ear caught I at Switchback, Before"the women not himself a dancer could not business, and her companion stunning fellow with the mustache, "OU 1>ral""It -

'','1 R, the sound of laughter different from saw the feint be had tile pair in the escape the ballroom-at leust.not with tbe. nudged her to circulate among John! There she comes!" It was the isn't all quite for nothing Is UTWhy

'\\'k' f Switchback laughter. He opened his waiting room. But men werestraggllng Sister Hattle. audience for such coin as jilght Lynn girl with the queen's sweep and did you come tonight?" rt.
Into her
,r .' 'eyes like the cliff road they were down the street The autocrat The Fourth of July walt an especially drop tambour! Yet her' eyes the basket hat "It was ungenerous of you to makeme

'it gray and dusty-and saw a man and a listened with growing anxiety for the lively one. From Lynn there' came a tween'were cast whose always away'from those be- "Green dress and black hat -aud promise, but how'''could I disregardmy

: i* k'' woman coming down from the gorge. screech of the Kerknater: train, then party almost boisterous with gayety- In her chairs she stepped, scant green shoes. Did< you ever? Well, its word after Switchback? Wemust: i
: : The led a bear and the woman seventy odd of them-no end beggary manner, The autocrat rctu'rn.
man nearly due. o( splen- sitting a little and swell Isn't It? .Why don't you wake ,
apart back watchedher
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\ carried a violin. "It will bo here In a. minute!" he ex- did women. How could there be In an up?" rattled Hattle. "Oh. there comes "Tell me all your name"
;1)), : tight lu front of the boarding house claimed as the frightened musicians American rout? And they gave the without savagely. Him she could not pass Howard-by by I" "Juliet Rucker Shall we go?" '
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f" r' the bear became perverse. Whether looked to him. "Get on this train and dances a color bewildering hesitated perceptible dodging. She barely It was not until long after the dancing "May I come to see you tomorrow?" ; ',

I It from heat or from the odors of Mrs.' get out of here! Opt your tickets..! he That night the dance room was ton she held out-taking her two steps-her forward, had begun that Hattle came back "I shall be home oil morning; Mr. '

';. ; Jackson's kitchen be settled back: on repeated in Italian to the bear tamer. surging with all a man hungers for to not on him but' tambourine eyes under the Hlmdow of the Lynn mus Blair," she rippled, with half a J.iugh. u'i+
his haunches sad vigorously( resisted ?" he ask. ,'think seriously of staying out- on it. sister I will
: "What are you crying about only The autocrat his tache. But on the other arm leaned on "It you will bring your
\ } every.effort to get him forward. The ed of the glrt....as the luau started for music and women, true, but such music thing heavy dropped put out from hand.between Some his especial prize. she whose costumes had present!; my cousin Rotfert Gale He +

ltf.I'\1l' man pulled at him, and the woman tbe ticket window. "I couldn't help and such women! The very ensemble fingers lu upon the gathered coin. Then so rong been Hattle's despair, she ol is the musician of combination, but

1 I!. pulled; both together pulled and killing your bear. It walt his fault He dlgposed"Johu to impression and leaning the the black hat since you hurried us out of Switchback
across arm of his he
-S\- .. seemed to find It very funny. The boss gave It no ,water Understand Is that It was not Blow to sweep over him looked under and into her chair his "Oh John) Come down brother! I In the baggage car I call him Tony-do "
.; u: of Switchback us say flatly! the your husband?" when! one slender girlish woman gild up face want to present you." The autocrat, you remember?"
fingers.resting, on the rim of the tam.
!JII autocrat-gradually woke to the contest "SI, signor"'' she stammered tremblingly. ed near him in the whirl of the waltz bourine Just to detain it. It staggering a bit within stepped out "I can't remember a tii l"- ,
1'' Mining engineers know a little and so drew"away again that she wasShe all back I shall
? He looked at her closely. actually on the dancing floor "If; you do nottake me
h1t t i Bf everything even bears and with half Where the neckerchief bad been torn took his breath. John BJalr's "My unknown !friend Miss Rucker, run; Indeed, 1 shall." '

.'; If an eye exposed the autocrat saw the away the .creamy skin contrasted with mind went instantly to exhaust fans. John. My brother Miss Rucker.' Miss "Don't do It; they'd possibly notice j+'

a t d animal was thirsty and that the "da- her travel stained face and the tears He knew about such things, knew tho Rucker hardly bowed under her prize me running after you. And-before we

.;. e 15 goes," to use the word In his mind, were coursing down channeled through the pull of them how they sucked the atmosphere hat. It was more of a nod which just go-may I trouble you for one more j

'' more stupid than their class, for they dirt to a color that burned with blood. out of a corner all at once, its r 1 I Is frightened the black plumes and set. thing?"

? le' 1; seemed wretchedly awkward at handling I "Husband eh? Look here, does Hobeat and his gasp was evidence that the air then shivering "Pray, what?" '1r

their property. The man began t
:) prod him with a stick. The woman "N-uo, signor" knew nothing about summer hats, as presenting, "I have dragged Miss "Your breath!"

fi shook her violin rather alarmingly at I "Yes, he does," persisted the autocrat big as Toledore. ore baskets, nothing I't Rucker all the way from Lynn for' an "You took It night; before last In the

S. ., > the beast and bruin, accepting the queerly eying her. of trains that spread like Japanese Ice with us"- : ballroom"- She darted away, but he

&" challenge squared himself. "Oh, no, no signor! funs over waxed floors anti..dreuses, c "I could not escape her." kept up

f. "Hey, there Tony," sang the autocrat The train lumbered down to the sta that made 'the autocratic blood sweep "My sister is never satisfied with less ,I "I was heartbroken over the poor

I interfering by virtue of his Job inN I lion There was one more bridge to into the heart and out again nt precisely v than the reddest" apple," bowed the bear losing Its life," she murmurl!!!.

:. everything inside camp limits, "why ('cross the distance from the depot door the same Instant tyut he did know autocrat I nearing their party "and all through

J.i( ,: S don't you water the brute you Idiot? to the cars. The platform was black something of ventilation. 1 "The greenest apple this time, dear," our silly performance. Bob shouldn't
? Don't see he's thirsty?" The musician the bent of the music drew her .
ti you with a fermenting crowd However Again [ retorted Hattie, eying the Lynn gown. have tried to take It up to the Peaks.
turned In surprise. "I say why the musician felt, the autocrat looked from across the room toward him, and "YJ "You confuse the leaves with the "I'm painfully glad he did." .

+t j./ don't you water him?" repeated the autocrat lazily confident and the minute the be felt the pressure registering' hIBl ('. fruit," persisted the autocrat, not look- "Did It". hesitated Juliet Rucker -.Jo<. '1 1MANUFACTURERS

lazily Insolent. "You'll never train pulled in he threw open the door: He caught ngulu a !gllmpHe o( tier face Ing at Miss nu kel'. softly, shading Into a tone that was all, ,
'
1 start him that way..: and marshaled the silenced minstrels her lips Just! parted liy u Mil Ho. At the "Your brother Is not dancing to- I new-"did It hurt you very-much f

i.. The woman caught her companion's out. It needed-Just a match to fire turn-the turn which born her away / / night," remarked Miss Rucker lookingat I "That was nothing." answered the

t h arm and looking John Blair's way things, yet no one cared to strike !It In her eyes far.. 111IUllta"lIt certaluly 1 r....te
p, poke to her associate.. John was onlya the autocrat's face. There was covert on Ills. anti she was nouc.\ -< added with the easy indifference of added In her own distinctive way .'buf'

brownish mineral looking chap but crowding and shoving, the trio. were Twlco again that evening! John' uw society, "because I have noticed him this-Is everything."

his voice rang in a domineering way. Jammed Into a pocket, and the Italians her fairly, once In the promennde, sitting so long in this corner. And I

The Italian, nodding, gave his companion were assailed l>y every one In swearing when she passed on the nun of the thought she continued, with a littlepause Dr. E. H. Armstrong the Eye anl I
the chain and trotted over to the distance with a torrent of abuse. The ivorled youth who hud 1 led her through perfectly "that he Nerve of
mastered appeared Specialist Jacksonville will beat '
r corner store. Just as he entered it Mrs.Jackson's steps of the passenger coach had been the waltz: .funning, her glance! met bin absorbed. Are
to be
we seated? the hotel. here
on Nov. :ai-aa-a.v:
1 r. little girl, spying the show Without word look. mutter where
blocked by ugly men. a Her eyes, no castor Oh thank you. Mr. Blair No; you sit
rushed from her kitchen into the street the autocrat shoved sideways and how were glorloim. And Sister Hat there Miss Blair. Leave me the shad ---.-- .
with a western slice of bread and butter brought his pair to the door of tile baggage tie whispered\ "John Isn't she magnificent ow." ,

: r and headed straight for the bear. car, where the conductor stood ?" But John was silent "'\ ?7""Tbere' Geo. S. Hacker & Sol!

The apparition mutt have seemed to "Curran," exclaimed John Blair hastily I They were birds of passage tho Lynn -- still a number on
card
ill- } him in the nature of a special Providence "take these people down to the 'people Next day they were off to their and I've no mind for it." my .
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for Jerking the chain from his Springs. They got( into trouble here headquarters at Stelle's up the Notch. "John," interposed Hattle, "don't for --

y t t' mistress' hand he dashed at the bread I with a bear. Jump in there, 'Tony, One day the autocrat was driving charmed her tpectaton. get, table Get
your manners.
;your refreshment ..
and butter like a grizzly The ItalianS The vaulted Into the .
lively man car. with Hattle when a big drag from
Challenge she started this
she You
dreaded yet would way. know
girl screamed and Mrs. Jackson'syoungster "Come!I" exclaimed the autocrat to the above rolled: swiftly past them. In how
not retreat. Her slow they We
eyes rose clearly to are. may have to
yelled. John heard, and to girl taking her arm. Then his eyes methers the back of It, beside a particularly offensive his. make it a breakfast order." I
r bear was to move, but before be could he hesitated "Look here '
and
,
: looking chap sat the '
t presence
"lIe la not the same who was with "Let's adjourn to the porch then"
.r tt ti : y cross the narrow street the bear bad he muttered bendIng over for IIf r answer of the ballroom, and again the marvelous in Colorado-Switchback suggested her brother "The
? he
you tables
exclaimed are
borne the child slice 'and all the "
,i to "does he beat you? creature took John's breath. That abruptly in Italian. leas crowded."

rt ground. The women behind crowded menac- day no more he thought of Kl Toledore. "81, signor" "Cooler Jln't. it?" remarked Miss:
The frightened girl with the violin- I The yelling was a bedlam,
ingly up. Mining problems after her face offered
t "I say no. Why didn't you comebackverT' Rucker as the night air struck her
John saw she was young and slight- one broke over tbe arm that
yet no nothing. Even next day in the morn-
he blurted in the shoulders "I shall need "
Impatient a And
:r ; beat her bands and panted in a pretty barred the frightened girl. wrap.
Ing hour with the Buffalo set and after southern tongue."Si after all the gentlemen had offered to
terror. Reaching the child's side with "No no, signor! she cried shrinking
the luncheon and after the lazy Interval signor" go for it Miss Rucker decided that she
astonishing bounds, the autocrat, seizing with fear. "Puta the in-up-please!" John Blair's repose was still unsettled -
"Hang itt! Can't talk herself must
you your own go, and the orders being
; ; I the bear's collar jerked it off the The autocrat laughed. He bent down '
f as If by a swell that marks the lingo" he muttered In English. "You given John Blair went with her. She : OP
bawling urchin. Thoroughly and excusably again and with the conductor lifting
the wind
sea after dies. "
must be Mexican he started
growled In Span through the dance
i enraged, the beast turned on his hand for the starting signal be said Toward evening the women began room. Doors Sash
# "Not that way" he ,
the Interloper and with the utmost air and looked ish."Oh begged."Which .
f something to her In Italian as was their wont to gather on the "
no, slgnor. Please letta d' go" way? she asked with a silent !
r of business. The encounter was short, into her fluttering .
I eye porches. Hattie happy with a Yale Blinds Mouldirs
By that time Buffalo laugh.
Jt ; for miners and bears are instant in I "No understanda. signor," shivered man of promise-summer promise-sat riveted every eye was "Round." ,
on the autocrat and the
fight The frightened Italian girl I the girl clinging to her violin. dancer;
In the Buffalo corner and tried to com -AMIBuilding >-
every Buffalo ear was attuned to their She turned on an Impulse. "Then I
grasping her 'violin saw the bear "Hang it.. burst out John Blair prehend something about the fall grid f
f springing wickedly, tear at Blair's arm, "can't you talk your own lingo? I say iron. With her friends the Ramsey restrained tones. But fewer languagesare must take your arm," she said almost
a Materia
?r.; picked in Buffalo in a bubble of mischief.
than A
up they wenton
$ thrown out as buffer In back here to among
t fl a a very if he beats you come me girls, sat Mr. Howard TUft and. like a
miners and his
Buffalo
flash the struggling in him." The mob curiosity was only silence growing like a portent
pair fought and I'll kill was surging convalescent toper various CHARLESTON
among C.Largest
S.
Inflamed by tho unknown tongue. seemed to alarm her, and she said pretty .
blood. The
Italian rushed from the and the train was moving. guests of distinction lounged John .
x store with his tardy bucket, but not "Puta me int Ob puta me In!" she Blair. It was one of those groups set The autocrat's fingers slipped from little nothings to ward It off. The Factory SOl

X.. until the autocrat had by a shrewd cried. down by society Bradstreets as AaAa the tambourine The dancer made a autocrat responded not At the cloak Send for Prices.

K and merciless twist hurled the bear to "Here you go, then!" he laughed, softly AL quaint, quick courtesy, but she did not room he took her wrap from the attendant

; the ground and put back Into its sheath catching her by the girdle. "Get While the jests flew'or were at least escape Instead John Blair rose to her and held It silently over her .
,d" a dripping knife he had side. She made a rapid way along the shoulders. She smiled as the web settled
f i( passed across back there Tony! he roared as the diligently launched aud laughter made r
porch toward the next of Idlers. across them. "Thank "
the brute's group you.
throat The unfortunatebear
bear tamer leaned anxiously.torward. response) more or less sincere there
.:' had taken the worst of it. "Get away will you-you brute?" came down the Notch road a pair of The autocrat was close. "It la I who( have you to thank I J. B.
Meantime, "Let me take the tambourine" said am trying-to think-bow to do It" McQINlV
the child's mother
ran John was carrying the. frantic girl forward wandering musicians. The in
woman
a, : shrieking into the street and a dozen with the movement of the train. the lively colors of Italy, carried a tambourine he more. putting than out"bis band. "I can get she"Pray asked.for what_, do you thank me?" I
you. ..
t women from as shanties swarmed three! ,
1' many "Now up you gal One two the man a violin. As they
She turned "For "
i I. : ':- after her. The Italian girl '..hrankI. With the word he swung her. She rose drew near the Buffalo angle of tho almost frightened. "Ob, coming tonight.
in dismay beside her companion while light as a watch spring, bounded cleanly porch and a prospective audience the no. signor she protested with a timid She stood pausing! lu the glare of an .
tys John Blair quiver He laid a finger on the instru arc light He wan looking with his dus
stepped quickly to them. Into the open door and into her com man halted stuffed his cap into his I
,,1 I had to kill ment. They were Just out of earshot ty lashes hardly raised. '
"Sorry your bear Tony panion's arms. Curran smiled. pocket and with a muddy bow begana -
," he said to tile bewildered musician. Blair turned on his campful of pets rambling tune on his violin. Bill companion between two watching groups. "I don't understand" she responded.

..j "It's your fault, not taking careof and raising both arms, chaffed them her eyes cast down stood be- Tell?" me, John will you not who you In the gentle Inflection which only suggest Funeral r I Dirsorand i r I ,
are said Blair *
a t1on.
A him. He Jumped on the child. I back and across the street to show the side him in an attitude of waiting; yet speaking almost .Que '
i, Interfered keep you out of trouble. dead bear. Then as if by inspiration most eyes fell on her, resting rather over her shoulder as she pausedat "I am not sure that I do," he continued :

This la a bad camp for your sort; They he appointed a committee for a grand than on the man gradually working the foot of a flight of steps. "I know 'evenly. but the heavy eyes were j

11; s hung three dagoes here a few years ago. barbecue that night in which his good himself Into a grotesque physical effort you are masking. I saw you In Colorado burning. "It's this. He took from hU

They'd swing yon up and light their people should feast on the spoil of the last summer with the bear. I will pocket the gray kerchief of Switch f
swear my life on It Didn't Ir'"Won't back. "Unless" .
if bear did I am very
pipe on this
? a you your any enemy. The tune done there came some perfunctory wrong -
you please leave Is. yours." ., i
me signor '
damage. You'd best get out-see?- ? "
Peace restored !in Switchback be applause. The violinist a lit-
"How can I till I know more? That "What is It?" she ,:' ;: 1"f'
1 and be about itl! Understand stammered
$5 lively walked to the boarding house, telephoned tle man with trousers generously long, pant- "
man with you is a gentleman. It fog a little In ,
Is WII'
spite of
he added la Italian for the women for the company surgeon and bent In acknowledgment, and taking a herself as she put 1 ..1Ir .'
mask. did out her .
Why hand. -
;you mask there .
at
t, were already closing about the frightened went to his room. Spilling a basinfulof his cap from his pocket as an artist of Switchback and "You i' tai(' 1
now b.reT' have "
pair. water he unwrapped the neckerchief greater pretense might a bit of cambric forgotten? .. '/" ", ....to
Tbem'a the murderin' villains! from hla arm. As he was aboutto he wiped his face on It with the "Every one Is looking""But She gazed at the clinging thing '?:"\t.ii', ; t .'
"
1 shouted Mr*. Jackson dragging her throw It into the paper basket a gentle pathos of Naples This drew "I do.I"do not care, signora terlous.speaking" evasively. "You are so mys. EnlhalWf 'Y / # ;

innocent vindictively up by the wrist faint odor arrested him. He looked at more applause. He put his band upon
"Look a' the poor little gyurlt They'd It again. The coloring was gray, delicate his heart and bent lower. Even his "You send me away without a "I have staked a good deal," be per ,1. >," ;.
.
? '% ought to be lynched There was a as tbe texture:; soft-very soft it companion smiled but only at him; her word""I must slsted.She "on being right." ....

r chorus of echoes. was-and made a setting for the red face held rather away from the audi go. passed It over her hands "It Is '. .
R .'Ow can we get out?" anxiously: that dabbled' the sober ground. His ence. "Then I must follow" spotted" she mused but could not for BothUeehH.UvtUftr.it! !' >atni j'>,-, *

;, ,' a, asked the man of John Blair. arm was bleeding freely. Stooping then the musician dusted "Do"Do not not torture.persecute." her"That life raise Is her eyes. un.l prfpiir-I..,,lies for' t. .'.' ',,;,1...:,. ,- ,
"Blast Itl Get out the way you got The surgeon arrived and heard all with his cap a spot on the macadamno Say you will come my fault. If It Isn't too late '.''If;."
r la-bit the path exclaimed the autocrat about it. He cauterized the wounds. bigger than a dinner plate. He dust- back. may I be pardoned for using It on 017 1..1\(1" tessiatac '" ,

Impatiently; but glancing at the There was some laughing and more ed In turn the 111 used cap apologetically Two hundred. eye were focused on arm? ,

F, Catherine mob of women and children tobacco. But John took a moment, on his trousers and stuck: It back them. And she felt .then something com- -'- ....-.. _._ .. --- .
o -the men were fortunately under when the doctor' eye were In bis In- Into his pocket-all of this with an air "What can John mean? faltered peUtng; and she looked openly. fairly "-

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I have made the FURNITURE BUSINESS of this city a satisfactory institution, by good goods" -


low prices and your money back if not satisfied. The volume of my business makes. me grow, and my


prices help you to grow. "I am after your furniture business." J. B. M'GINLEY

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Short:, Stories I "Why do they always build boxes :
in theaters that hold just even numbers :

,., j\bout Florida I wonder P" queried the young ( Sirkin 1 CEo.s
Ll-lC i
girl who had just begun to go out R. ALLEN
-- -- I IJLI.llte evenings "They are always made .
Jou<-8 is holding cltcult court lu to accommodate four .
people or six
Vulusia county this week. There wi 1 people, and that, seems so silly of i Real Estate -
be four murder cases rd. the managers, when they know as Save Your Nerves i Agency

For the fir Mime In the history ct well as anybody else that always
you S R'hat'atheuaaof aujithinic ? lthlnheo f feet ndIIno'U :('- :
your
/ Florida, a printing bouse IIHS sent out of hays.to take a chaperon along. Of !
1 Hut stats a solid Cat if plnte4nll.Icr.; course the'chaperon always makesan : ,, itre Irl'jtnloltlllllfl'Ili l I Israeli! out fro n Mn t>>'rir-M. i III f ill : City, Surburban and

Tjit: St Augubtlne Record establishment: odd number, and it seems like a : fitting .nhiH'x., At, such limp ieniml "liupen Quality" lor )ladies :

ass jimt shipped to Atlanta a carload III i Bin to wastetllut extra spat just because S. and "W. L. DougUia" (for men Hud hoya, the Country Property for c '

p SjjipliltU, which were punted for the i one must take her along. It's : Shoes'that Have Made Life Worth Living SS d.
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famous :S.: S S Co. The Record Coin I bad enough to have her anyway '
pang will not, spring/ hip another carload without the host being forced to pay For Countless: Thousands : Sale .and Rent . <

of printed matter to Tallnbaptire. : for two seats for her. As to inviting : who ImvH been that rasavd likn YUII. And be iiloH there Ia a bond olsytnpiithy : 4

At a meeting of the Jacknouvllie! Bat I an extra girl or fellow, why, that is : between their price and yout puiso. $2,:oO:; to |3.50) the : .

Afsoclation resolutions of f protest were the worst possible mistake that one pllir. ... : FOR SALEA

J>a..sed. in regard to the Mmbby work de.1 could is make. No, ,the only solution : Ve are .,ilaonliowinn; tlielrt lest. fanMniii !GENTS'::; FUHNISIlINOSat.d large boarding-home nicely located, with two cottages.AvbeauMful .
to build boxes
livered to the start by tbe Capital Print- that will seat ei-
'lor themsplves. Ask to
ther : : ) CLOTllINO, Our IIVTS talk s
ILK Cou>pt uy, at Tallahassee. The work five or seven peo le. Then wei : lake-front property north of town. Fruit( irrigating
in question was Florida Reports, and the would all be\ happy' -New York : see them. plant, clue view. n'

quality of paper used was poor,tbe work herald THE SIRKIN CO.
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looter and tbe wbole outfit bum. If The Finistere Fruit Farm, sontnwest uf town, beautifully situated I

the quality of printing turned out by It I. Good to .......b. :' JEFFERSON BLOCK WEST PALM BEACH : on a peulneula_surrounded by. the clear! waters of th. Everglades

State Printer Hi 1 sou Is half as bad as It "It Health Is good an to English laugh.publication There Is, probably Bays: ....ie.S........ .....................................' with oranges, pineapples and: other tropical fruits in
Is reported to be his whole shop should not the remotest abiinduocp; fishing BDd.buntin ; neat: Is offered for sale cheap.
be melted over and gold for old metal Inlet corner or little
of the minute blood vessels of
Five candidates have already announced the body that does not feel some wavelet l wsst Palm -saoh Idlnter( : J/otsZs Sweet maiden, will von share;! my lot?
for the office of slier ff of Dutal from the great convulsion produced -- .-.-- -- He naked with fervor tr'm blin/ti-/ ;

county, and it is said that "nominations by hearty laughter shaking the central Datura and "I will," slip answered "On this spot t

bye not closed yet." man. The Its blood moves more rapidly." The (Northern Streets I scorn all thought dilltlem hIlDA';.
Probably chemical electric
1 At B,4neelinK of the board of trade 111D.'tOblllt condition la distinctly modified. or It vital conveys I'll share your ha|.pines* and woe

was suggested tbat with the a different Impression to all the And love you,-Oh, I'll love you so,
and cold bath toilet, electric lights anl'-sll modern conveniences. Located
Hot ,
proper effort tbe government could be organs of the body as it visits themon rear Lake Worth. Quiet, pleasant place. For particulars address Provided: (sad ending! of my sonnet )
'induced to erect a postoffice and government that particular mystic Journey when THE NORTHERN Your lot has a. house upon it."
building la that city, and a committee the man Ia laughing from what It does
was appointed to take the matter at other times. The time may come OPEN NOVEMBER 10 'West Palm Peach Florida
"top with the properdtpartmenl. A committee when physicians shall prescribe to a The Palms 1 Lag ; Now F-;; r.St ryAddltlon ,

was also appointed to look into torpid patient so many peals of laugh. Now Being Built.A .
. ter to be undergone at such and sucha
the matter of a better passenger depot time." IflriM bomn like hotel w..lInJIIolntt'.I..nd beau tlfully located giving the cnnitmr wltb-
for the city: and the Florida East Coast out tacoot 01 the more e"u"lv| OIIPH .Mtlisted on Lnkn Worth oppOHlte. tllft Horn.
I'olntlann. Hotel Whlto wallmwMi. elec-trle' boils, good flMhlnic. hllnU"K and boating.
Railwaywill be sskid to come across- flutes : tJ: no and JJI per lay,....'..lul rnti-n by the w.'k THE PALM.Went Palm Beach.Seagle .
The board also decided lo cooperate The Tropical Sun ia always on sal. r OPEN ;
with tbe city council in connection with at Idner ft: Son's.
tbe movement to establish a system of I House JeffersonBlock West Palm

waterworks: and sewerage. Daytona willaon Thrip Juice kill scales on citrus trees No. IuA fleach

be next to West Palm Beach I In the Por sale by J. B. McGlnley.Dne HOME AWAY FRon HOME" f fChoice

matter of improvement. (Vntrnllv; located n J near I.uko Worth. ,Coul.jilry room bent table service

__ Seaboard Air Line engineers: are now Rates $:.00 Per Day Special Rates by the Week or Month Town Lots

surveying a route for the extension ol ( Cent F V BEAGLE, Proprietor
that road from Sarasota down the west ( t

coast, and it Is said that work on tbe ex- OPEN

tension will, soon be commenced aDd A-VVORD B ttlgg Cottage Select Home Residence Lots

a carried: as far as Venice. Tbe ultimate ,

object of tbe Seaboard people ia to make Hot and Cold,Baths. Wholesome Home Cooking No consumptives Taken
Classified advertisements io
this
col'umn
Boca Granl the terminus, at one cent per word for each inertlon. Evernia Street, Near Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Florida from $200, up,
r Jacksonville baa an automobile factory Count the words and send the MRS H. E. BRIGGS, Proprietress
the first of the kind to be established\ in cash along with tbe order. --.-. ----- one-third cash, balance by semi-annual

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the the, state.yellow fever scourge at Pensacola ,I. MONEY TO--LOAN.- The Virginia\ I I I u.cenPoss FIRST installments, on reasonable time accord-
YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT '
is now a thing of the past, tbe report JP ing to price of lot. .
you want to improve and need moneyto r
from the board of health Saturday night do it with apply to Geo. G. Cut tie.We..t Centrally Located Hot and Cold Baths Electric Lights Throughout For plats and iiiforriiiition apply to
bavin);shown that not a single case of Palm Beach.
Lergo, Cool lUtfjmii. and CulHlnn the very 'bent. Rates $2 Ol>Per nay Hpulal lintby
fever existed in the city while there LOST. Die week orMiioiuli.: Curt-lane:: run' In connection with huUHetn and (rum; tialiiK. WALLACE R. MOSES, '
suspicious cases. Tbe I'enaacola MRS A L. HAUOH, Proprietress. $
were no ---- ----
Azent Florida, Hunt Coast Rnilwav Land Department.
BAG Ear-
situation was handled remarkably! well HAND LOST.Between nan
louse and Capt. J J M outer'". Con. A Select Boarding-House of
tbe State Board of health e West Palm Beach Florida.
by tamed valuable receipts, pair of tan kid High Order I ,
-- ------- gloves; and small amount of money. fT\\ I n a ro tot t a "
e Located Olive St.
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A Lost Opportunity. tetunj to Capt J. J. Hunterand be reo'I''I'' a" the Lake Front '
.., .Ilairlock Combs (the village bar wurilerl
w "N'lcctricl MKhtM.bat and oold bath, and. other modern annveulunucM. Tabli s..rvl"" : -- -- -- -
ber, talkative as usual)-I've no- : MISCELLANEOUS. trio.beat Kate..lH to wren i .....ek. Currmponileun-Hullnll >>. ..uR'tOItOeDetOMORDCOiOaOItOR7A0 a0il0ADil0iOt/Dl10al0i10i10
ticed,your honor, your whiskers are RUtS kKANK DARLING, FroprletrvraThe o *)
thicker on the-right side than on the THEO MOELKR. Landscape G.urlen. Ito

}Jeff. That's, I take it, because you er tbe and north Flo.and 1st.two 15 years years at experience Fsliu Bench In OPEN G. G. Strohm Company .

sleep on that particular side at Work taken by tbe mouth, day or jjb. Keystone tr eet, near Ifo oo

night? Residence. Poiosetta street, neat councilC'tamber. of TownAn ,, i
Baldheaded Customer What a
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Ideal Family Hotel Good home cooking and well-ventilated sleeping rooms.
pity I didn't meet you earlier in life Fine line of latest style visiting Not ana Cold Baths and modren:improvements. Rates $a.oo per day special rates FAMILY GROCERIES i
my friend! I'd have learned to cards and latest In letters at The by the week. MRS. BENJ. OOK, Prop., West Palm Beach, Florida ISo o
sleep the crown of my head.. Tropical Sun. Call and sea sample. -

Leave your orders at The Tropical NOW OPEN Avel o Fancy Food Products ieo
Sun office for all kinds of engravedand Zsm.Cl i.s ( Otta" S Clematis .
Frank Clark monogram stationery and visiting Two blocks o o
J west of R.I R. Sfir a?
cards.
o Grain and Provisions.
Visits Jensen Large any rooms. Bath and other conveniences. Table as good as the best.
Everything In the printing line al Pairs $5 a week to home people; transient rates $1 per day. o n
The Tropical $un, and all work executed West Palm Beach, Fla MRS. C. F. CROSBY o r
In the very neatest. and latest - -' ------ -- tt JEFFERSON BLOCK i
lion. Frank Clark, who will take bill style ol the art.For NOW OPEN o C'I "
month, spent last :_ __ : k '
'seat next
In '
Friday Congress In Port Pierce and was taken to Sale To Rent, Boardlug.Furnlsh- The Earman A Wlnter-I- ; that o West Palm Beach, Florida. r
and Rooms To Let cards at IfS.
ed Rooma will Please you. .. o
+ miles north
the Indian River Inlet, two
Sun office.
The Tropical, "".orora' >.oantaoiaotso7su.( : .
ro.rYOtsokosaoo7ao.oyayoyota'l1ifliiliil1fl11H11fl1f
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which is
of here In "The Smuggler Near Lake Worth and Centsally Located. All Modern Improvements.

owned by the Florida Pish & Produce Address MRS. S. B BARMAN: \ Box 127, West Palm Beach, Fla.

Company.in charge: of Manager the launch W. and B. Cross the party was -- ',' ','/" ,111I1111fl11' "ii1II1111111Ufl1f1111111fl11'111G" !" " " '''''''''''''_

crrsr: MEAT MARKETT.
comprised Acting: Mayor Fee, AldermenIJjttmar Worth ProduceCOMPANY
Lake

Judge aDd Chaa Oil S. L.Emerson.Parker."After Mr. A, FEASTER Proprietor. The! fie el Pharmacy i '

Hemming 'Iol'ldl&d Western MeiitH Poultry Q jlaine sod l KGC; ,!S.'
r' viewing the inlet Mr. Clark thought; it FRUIT AND COMMISSION
was ne essary to keep it open, and will MERCHANTS Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention; _g Clematis Ave. and Narcissus =| ;

probably recommend that it be dredgedout :::: A foaming glass of soda would ::::S
.ext year. Fruit and Produce, Poultry and Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH :::. ,.,. : ,. L taste good now, wouldn't it? Well\ US 1;
That evening In company with Judge 1C: +;" 'qtr .so come and get it. It ia here watting =3 '
eowbere Egg Our Specialties :::: s' 'I/ D4 for you all th- liue. Is there any =3 a'
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Clark left r Je" t
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artaer.lolr. ---- Y..'
I :: kind you dot on tit Is here. And ;;
be met by a number of members of i = I',: '"':
asa :: \ 'I- there are quite a number of new )
--tCte' Gilbert. Bar Yacht Club, and citi- i FertilizersVtgetable == G. \ :::t\." ', -lavors and combinations thnt are fit3S "'
aeiia, who entertained them on Satur' I Specials for TheAmericus :: '.[), 1.\-1'//1 for angela. Yon know, of course :US
:::: 'low we serve our soda ; in good, =3penoroua
Uy, taking them to the Inlet in a launch This Week., ems"- : gisses. Plenty of flavorS i
and visiting Commodore Sewall aud the I I e.: injf and uoda Not any more froth 3
St. Lucle river. It l III couceded tbat if Fine lot of Fuller. (Frets: and : Fruit and Vine, Orange ,Tree :::: :\ ; than we can help. Come. today.a. == 4

thertef wItS blasted out and some dredging Fii t. Hnn. and Strawberry Fertilizers. Have been =-= .. \.. Come every day. 2- ,
would make a cplendtd I == Headquarters for =3
: done lbi l, Sweet Flotilla Orutiges successfully used on Florida soils for many ,
port for large vessels and the f finest bar-:I :: -- rr t! PULASKI CREAM =SBroadwell w 171111111IUIIUUIUIIIIIUIUUl1J11111
For information call on or address
Mi- Fnnrv Ornpvfrnit yearn. any
bor of refuse on the coast between
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awl end Jacksonville Fine Apples and O;ftpea
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Mr. Clark was very favorably imptesn teat lu tlii City nOi- nnU35cifr -
.. LViri: .. B. M.: POTTER
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.. ed with this lira and from Ills expressions ; '' 1
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little doubt }Jut he will Introduce I '
there is (
iimi miITTT w _._ I West Palm Beach Fla & Moore
1 BUI) DING ,
a: Mil in Congress! fur an appropriation FLAT IRON i

for a barhopnf refuge at lhi. I Fresh irot v".r..........."'-"- .... i err ?warrrz..,.,..
point. There ia twenty to thirty fet ol 1 I : \ Have Bought the f.
Cakes and Pies
water iu me St. Lucie river and !behind I

Sewail'Putntieuoeof the fiiu-sl tpia, Dish eat R p. in. : O tj; Mulgoba Mangoes. MODEL, PHARMACY
)V .tectt.l, <<: ..hsrbors'iin, I tile ;''country. ,;-Fort and have consolidated. the two stocks "
Pierce New.. j I \ of Croton. 111 the United Statet. Palms, Phjrllan
::. Largest Collection I.I I.They will be pleased to bave all of the costumers of the two firms call upon
J H TOF Lake \Worth ProduceConip'y j Full Line of Citrus Stock
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,'i: BICYCLJJS at Cummilxsti.rY *jPlfiRCE'3 I AVRNUE I I "hu., to. grown AU pot on grown.High Spruce Pine Land. Address -, their at their tlew Btantl.io the .
; CCKMATIS
Clematis ave ,opposltejjaok, Vest PHOI! Jefferson Block West Palm Beach
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BE INS M' ND1Y'N'tV
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), (, t : easy selection, about three thousand dollars worth..of good merchantable stock that we aim to move in short, order and have administered

} ::1i ;r "kic.ck-out:: .drop" prices.

p\J l I"":. ,: I Every article shown is worth much more than the price asked and fully: half the lot worth two and three''times the.price asked.


n' i WE GUARANTEE EVERY PRICE AND ITEM ,AS REPRESENTED '




11', t I- and Canvas, were >$2.50 to$3.50,
'f : :'/ f, Clothing: Trousers -Hats Shoes standard, makes. ':
$1.95 about 4ft
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:\ ._ pairs men wo '
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H -- ----- men's were 3.00( to 400.
"\( '- : D' 2.45, great assortment of regular
A#'' t; =- ; 3.50 goods Packard,*', lIoyt's oDd ', ',r
f:!)'; : lIraClOldfOt\S) \ (.5 br other standard makes. '" "
t ,ar-e2 Q lDm. I ? 3.45,regular 5.00 lines Florshelm '
t' 1 I \ ( I A At:! find Uphara.

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I'I \1.:1.: j 30 pairs pants at$1.05,

,\ j,y tI! .were$2.50 to$1.00 .
tn'l.' 48 3 pairs pants at $2.45, r 1
;Il : : were $3.50 to $;,00 .
;Pi:, I 36,pairs pants at$3 45::;, "'-
Here a knotty problem confronted
\ were $&OO to$8 00 .An assortment of Youopr/ Broe. 3.00
us-to know what to put out,8'S our
,,I iR felt bats for 1.75. .
,, ,, t 'u z A lot of Young and Knox straws at "stock, was 80 low/ ut we bare decided -
25: cents each. Were 2.50 to 4.00 to make a short shift of H; .by tl.o..w.T
S : isot __1 Every suit ID above assortment alt A line of 2.00 felts,rt-tfulnr stock at piling dozens of paiis: of regular "
1.45. :
wool I, and almost I I y '
every pair of w
tables ,
SHIRTS stock on the everybody can .
trousers,the eamn. Nearly all suite <1
---- ------ --- ---- 05"eDtour regular 1.25 find 1.50 \ to ftt. ,.. '
} mode b Alfred &C get.s pair 3 95, tl app, Florsheim I and other
; y Benjamin J I) line',
GO Suits nll.woolltt) $'i 25; f .'
k I l were$7.50 to $10.00 Trousers made by Paragon,Sweet1,46: ', Manhattan and Cluett 2.00 Assortments standard makes ;,:x'
Orr,nnd "Kirschbauro. to 8.0O lines. 65beate,50 t pairs ladies and chi1Jwe will also pile out a ,great raft of r ",
I 30 Suits: all-wool: ,at$Ii 75; .."... ,' white buckskin Oxfords at 1.45 0 an. .'J
Also a few cheap shirts at low prices. Teo s mostly slippers. "
were $10.0C to:$13.50 This includes nearly every fancy ,, 2.45' that sold from 5.00 to 7.00 $0( .S,1
05: cents TOO( pairs all kinds. ,
suit in the booae. Sues,suits 33 to We will alto show some real bargains! were a pair.
80Sult8.nll.woofnt $7.75 .
42, pants 29 to 42 waist.I ID hosiery, neck wen r, underwear, l.GO-to$2.5 The shoe" assortment will consist of .,
were 00 to$18 00 and $I,46" men's_ and I
children' women's leather
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I fancy vests clothing about 450 pairs all told. ., "I'"I'll1'
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.; In order to create some funJPpr-the-boysitfe--are. going to box up about 500 packages of salable .

l ; merchandise putting in from 50 cent4;fco $'l(5O( worth of goods and sell these boxes- at 25 cents

J>''y. each. 'X :c :c; After carefully: tfoxmg and wrapping, every package we ,are going to shuffle

% them so that even the store force will be in the, dark as to the contents; of'any box. S

?k: : The 25 cent boxes will contain articles from every department,. but will for the most part con-

sist of neckwear, hosiery, belts, collars, and odds and ends from our furnishings department.We .

will also have a few 50 cent packages containing almost anything from a boys' suit to a

j man's pair of trousers. -N """- \\t'

M None of the boxes are to be opened in the store, and all goods during the sale for cash. $, .
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_ Remember the conditions of these boxes; every box will contain more than '50 cents'worth of I

F 1 merchandise, but, whether you get what you want is the chance you: take. S :

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,,, : Remember the Date .of Sale, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 20th i 4

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Come early, before the stock is picked over and you can make your money go .further: than: '

A R' I- $ any time within the next twelve months. J v:":' v'; ,. '
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